Remixing the tech-wear inspired Yeezy 700 MNVN with changes to the upper and midsole.
The Christian Tresser designed adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN was first spotted back in 2018 with prototypes worn by Ye and pairs gifted to friends and family, Tekashi 6ix9ine included. We were able to witness the evolution of the silhouette from early prototypes up to the official release in 2020 with city exclusive drops across the globe. Though the silhouettes hype has died down considerably, Yeezy seems to be pulling from early versions of the silhouette to create a new look on the tech-wear dad shoe, the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Laceless edition.
The upper material makeup remains the same as the original “Phosphor” colorway, utilizing a lightweight polyester in a phosphor green with 700 branding streaking across the lateral profile in a silver reflective 3M material. Black fused overlays make their way onto the toe and heel, also featuring 3M hits in silver. Changes appear along the tongue through the removal of the lacing system, though this doesn’t change the fit of the silhouette as the black neoprene bootie construction hugs your foot in place.
Early samples of the silhouette featured a pull-tab loop on the heel, finally making an appearance on this Laceless version, in black. Though the changes to the tongue and heel may seem somewhat light, the polyurethane midsole’s makeover seems to be the largest as fans have complained that the all-black midsole and outsole seen on every release needed to change. Finally listening, the midsole comes in white this time around. Encased within the white midsole and black rubber outsole is a full-length Boost cushioning system, providing ultimate comfort for all day wear.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Laceless Phosphor is set to release in June of 2022 through adidas Confirmed, adidas.com/yeezy, Yeezy Supply, and select Yeezy retailers online and in-store. Coming in men’s sizing, the retail price is set at $220. To stay updated on release info for this remixed 700 MNVN and more,
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