Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Lundmark

I’ve got to start with the most hyped of the July trainer releases. The Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Lundmark drops as both a reflective and non reflective model. Releasing on the 11th and 13th respectively, the Lundmark is the late arrival from a trio of regional exclusive Yeezy Boost 350s. Much in the same mold as the Clay, True Form and Hyperspace colourways of earlier this year, only lacking the heel pull tab this time around. The Lundmark coming in as a North and Latin American exclusive.

The Lundmark offers a neutral and modern adaptation to the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 silhouette. With its geographical exclusivity only adding to its appeal. The Lundmark is probably the best looking of the trio with it definitely being the most masculine option of the three. Not to mention the lack of a heel pull tab elevates this release from being more than just a slightly different colour.

Nike Air Max 270 React ‘Bauhaus’

Nike is combining two of their most popular innovations to try and elevate a release into the upper echelons of July trainer releases. In my opinion they have definitely succeeded. The Nike Air Max 270 React ‘Bauhaus’ it definitely going straight in my basket when it drops on 3rd July. For £139.95 you essentially get a fusion of two of Nike’s hottest technologies. Splicing together aspects of the React foam and a 270 Air Unit. Something which for me is a match made in heaven.

The chunky aesthetic is something we have all learnt to love. With the rise of the ‘Dad Shoe’ trend this shoe is on point. Not to mention the colourway isn’t too dissimilar to that of a Yeezy 700 Wave Runners which is the GOAT when it comes to this style of shoe.

Adidas ZX Torsion Bright Cyan

The Adidas ZX lineage welcomes a brand new silhouette this July with the release of the Adidas ZX Torsion. Appearing in a “Bright Cyan” colourway. This model flaunts an apologetically retro appeal which has been excellently juxtaposed against modern detailing, all culminating in a design composed of mesh and suede with leather accents interwoven with 3M reflective elements not too dissimilar to another of Adidas’ new models: the Nite Jogger.

Retailing at a very generous £110, the Adidas ZX Torsion Bright Cyan which will be with us July 11 is definitely going on my wish list. Orange lining and linen green laced accent the turquoise and blue colourway perfectly offering an aesthetic I personally find very difficult to ignore.

Stranger Things x Nike Air Tailwind 79 OG Pack

From one retro inspired release to another. This special edition Nike Air Tailwind 79 comes as part of a wider range to help celebrate the third season of Netflix’s hit show ‘Stranger Things’. The second of a duo of capsules, this model from the OG Pack arrives July 4th Independence Day in a rather fitting white, red and blue colourway. This patriotic design is an ultra clean take on the 70’s cult classic. Rather fittingly recreated with setting-specific insoles and subtle nods to the show.

This release isn’t just for the fans of the Sci-Fi series. This shoe hits you with nostalgia throughout. You can’t really go wrong for £99 either.


Adidas are dropping their latest addition of the famed Ultra Boost silhouette on July 18th. Retailing at a £145 this triple black Ultra Boost 2019 silhouette is constructed in Primeknit with a matching lace cage and heel clip. As to be expected a Boost midsole features atop a matching rubber outsole.

Although the least exciting member of this list, I find it hard not to get excited about an Ultra Boost. Particularly one that is as stealthy and sleek as this one. If you are looking for comfort you will be hard pressed to beat this model. Adidas really know how to bring it when it comes to their midsoles.

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