Kanye West's Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in Semi Frozen Yellow first hit shops in November 2017, with a restock dropping in December 14, 2018. Dressed in Primeknit, the lifestyle runner is completed in an energetic bright yellow hue, one that extends to the laces, heel tab, and boost-infused ribbed rubber midsole.
All purchases from Priorare final sale due to the limited nature of our products. We do not offer refunds or exchanges. This policy includes gift cards as well.
Cancellation of Order
Cancellation within processing the order will incur a 10% of the total value of the order restocking and administration fee.
Queries for missing/lost items must be completed within 14 days of despatch and queries for damaged items within 7 days of delivery.
Our Assurance of Authenticity
Our educated team of authenticators follow our in depth multi step verification procedure to ensure you can shop with Prior with complete confidence knowing every purchase is 100% verified authentic.
All orders from our New Zealand Facilities shipping cutoff is 19 December
Our Melbourne Warehouse will close for the year on 9 December. Shipping will re commence 3 January 2023
Cut off for ordering from this facility is 8 December 12PM.
Items being shipped from Melbourne can be identified at Checkout as “Ships from Melbourne” and or in the description of the product page
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquires before making purchases
We will continue to dispatch orders at reduced capacity due to public holidays. Please expect delays up to 2-3 business days during this time.
To New Zealand
Auckland Warehouse Stock
• From $9.99 via Express Shipping (NZ Post) ETA 1-3 Working days
• From $5.99 via Express Shipping (AU Post) ETA 1-4 Working days
Auckland Warehouse Stock
• From $19.99 via Standard Shipping (NZ Post) ETA 3-10 Working days
Rest of the World
• From $39.99 via DHL Express
ETA 6 Working days
All orders are shipped from Monday to Thursday, public holidays excluded.
Please expect 72 working hours of handling time.
International Custom Duties
The recipient of an international shipment may be subject to such import taxes, customs duties and fees, which are levied once a shipment reaches your country.
If the customer refuses to pay import taxes, custom duties or any fees associated with the shipment, the customer must cover all expenses in the returning parcel. This includes initial delivery fees, returning delivery fees and any taxes, custom duties or fees associated with the shipment.