Citrin Yeezy Non Reflective Kicks

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Yeezy 350 Citrin dropped back in September 2019, and sneakerheads reacted positively to this smooth colorway. Understated compared to some of the bolder Yeezys, the Citrin has a refreshing non-reflective look that some people just can't get enough of. As described by Kanye, the colorway blends Sesame and Butter color schemes to achieve a nice neutral scheme with undertones of neon.

adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Citrin materials

These gray Yeezys have an upper made of sock-like Primeknit, which is a premium yarn designed to be hardy and comfortable. First launched at the Olympics by adidas in 2012, Primeknit changed the game in athletic and streetwear. The innovative BOOSTTM sole is a sneakerhead favorite, originally designed for basketball courts but just as good for walking down the street. The BOOSTTM sole has great traction on concrete and a variety of other surfaces.

Reflective and Non-Reflective 2019 Yeezy colorways

Among the other 2019 releases, the Boost 350 v2 Citrin Non-Reflective colorway is unique because of the non-reflective material on the shoe. The other Citrin pair released that year has a reflective material instead, so this is a highly sought-after and collectible shoe for many sneakerheads. Other colorways from 2019 with reflective and non-reflective options include the Antlia, Synth, Black, Lundmark, Cloud White, YEEZREEL, and Yecheil colorways.

2019 Yeezy

Features of the Citrin Boost 350s v2

The 2019 release of the 350s features a totally re-engineered Primeknit upper to provide even better comfort and weather resistance. The BOOSTTM sole is made of a material called TPU, which is solid, granular plastic. The soles give you a boost with every step, returning energy to accelerate running and walking while also providing support. Compared to the standard EVA material in most shoe soles, TPU soles offer a better overall experience in both hot and cold conditions and on multiple surface types.

 Citrin Boost 350s v2