When is the Yeezy 350 Synth coming out?

The Yeezy 350 Synth looks set to drop June 22nd 2019. With the product being an exclusive release only available in Europe, Russia and Ukraine. Much the same as the trio of Yeezy Boost 350 from March. The Yeezy 350 Synth will drop with two other regional exclusive colourways. With the European exclusive ‘Antlia’ colourway also dropping June 22nd. While the North and Latin American exclusive ‘Lundmark’ colourway delaying its release until July 11th. All three colourways will be retailing at £170 for adults, £110 for kids, and £90 for infants.

What does the Synth look like?

The Synth uses the now favoured “v2” variation of the silhouette as its base. What this means is the shoe does not feature the “SPLY-350” text on the upper. Instead, this model features a semi-translucent stripe which debuted back in December 2018 with the ‘Static’ colourway. The Synth appears in a light tan come soft pink colour across the entirety of the shoes Primeknit upper. With the only contrast from this tone coming in the form of its gum outsole which wraps around the toe cap and heel. The most noteworthy feature on the Synth is the lack of a heel pull tap. An ever present component to the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 previously.

Will the Synth come in a Reflective and Non-Reflective?

If reports are anything to go on, the Synth will come in both a Reflective and Non-Reflective. This will also be the same with the two other regional exclusive colourways dropping. With the Reflective variation being available much more sparingly than the Non-Reflective iteration. The Reflective usually drops a few days earlier as part of a special release but nothing yet is confirmed.


The Synth colourway will be available in limited quantities at a number of retailers across Africa and Asia. So unfortunately for UK residence you won’t be able to get your hands on it first hand. If you are in Africa or Asia however, one of the best ways to secure the opportunity to purchase, is by entering one of the many raffles online. These raffles allow you to bypass the panic of trying to get a pair through an online checkout seconds after release. Giving you the opportunity to purchase the pair at retail price at your leisure. Alternatively, if you miss out on release day or aren’t in the right region you can use the secondary market to purchase the coveted pair. With a platform like ourselves at Laced giving you the opportunity to both buy and sell online trainers like the Synth from July 11th onwards.