Since debuting last year, the adidas Yeezy 700 Boost MNVN has been doing the rounds throughout the sneaker community. Though many had hoped that the shoe would release in the final year of the decade, we are still playing the long waiting game. Having been spotted on the feet of Yeezus and Kim Kardashian throughout 2019, we now have a potential release date for the latest colourway of the stripped-down Yeezy model.
The latest take on the popular Dad silhouette takes an entirely different approach to its predeccessors, replacing the traditional leather, suede and mesh with a much lighter artificial upper. In fact, for this latest Yeezy release, the sneaker takes on a brand new design. A large reflective “700” logo is emblazoned across the medial and lateral sides, with a hidden lacing system being visible through the semi-translucent material.
Whilst some details from the earlier adidas Yeezy 700 Boost have remained constant, such as the Boost technology and chunky midsole unit, this marks the start of a brand new Yeezy design process; with former Nike and Reebok designer, Christian Tresser being the brains behind this latest silhouette.
The adidas Yeezy 700 Boost MNVN “Bone” is set to release in March 2020 with an estimated retail of £180/€220.