How to Reserve the Yeezy II’s

We are very excited about launching the highly anticipated Yeezy II! Because this release is in such high demand, we will be taking first come, first served reservations; one pair per customer. Read below to see how you can reserve your own pair of Yeezy II’s.

 1.      Get the Official Email Address
Follow @TheVault901 on Twitter to receive the official email address. You will need this exact email address to complete the following steps.

2.      Send an Email
Send an email to the official email address that was given on Twitter. Email MUST include the following information:

  1. First and Last name
  2. First choice shoe size
  3. Second choice shoe size
  4. Last 4 digits on your Photo ID

EXAMPLE EMAIL:
        Mark Smith. Size 10. Size 11. 5053.

3.      Get Confirmation Code
Reservations are first come, first served. If you are the first person to reserve your first/second choice shoe size, then you will receive a reply email with a confirmation code. Hang on to that confirmation code! You will need this confirmation code to claim your Yeezy II’s! (If you are not the first to claim your first/second shoe size, you will receive a reply email informing you that you will not be able to purchase the Yeezy II’s.)

4.      Show Up On Time with Confirmation Code & Photo ID
Saturday, 6/9, you must be at The Vault between 9:00am – 9:30am with your confirmation code and Photo ID to claim your Yeezy II’s. If you show up later than 9:30 am, your reservation will be cancelled and your shoes will be re-released for sale. You must provide the store with your confirmation code and your Photo ID to receive the shoes. The Photo ID you show must match the ID info given in your reservation email.

Remember, it’s first come, first served with all email reservations!
One pair per customer!
Follow @TheVault901 on Twitter!

 

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