Your first look at the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN

Posted: 17 October 2019 9:33 am
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Find out when you can get your hands on this lower-priced option from adidas Yeezy.

It seems like the team behind adidas Yeezy are in the mood to drop new sneaker styles. The change of season brings unique pairs of kicks and we are loving what we've seen so far! What's the latest you need to know about? Introducing the Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN. It's something different to the standard 700 model and we are obsessed with the changes.

Release date: TBC – stay tuned and watch this space!

Price: Approximately $330

Where to shop: adidas but we're hoping it will reach official stockists like Farfetch too.

What makes the new Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN so special? The multi-layered upper is gone and instead, a sporty vibe is introduced. Instead of looking chunky, it looks sleek and sexy. "700" is sprayed in large italics over the shoe and according to Kanye, this was designed by running shoe design legend Christian Tresser. There are two different colourways to choose from, an all-black iteration and a black and orange style. The shoes are loud, making a serious statement and they belong in our sneaker rotations immediately.

We are also loving the price drop introduced alongside the MNVN. We all know just how pricey a pair of Yeezy's can be. However, these ones are priced at US$220, which roughly translates to about AUD$330. Due to the huge saving, we're expecting the new sneaker style to sell out super quickly, a lot faster than previous models.

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Keen for more sneaker content? Here at Finder, we've got you covered. Earlier this week, Yeezy dropped a new sneaker style called the Soft Vision. It's chunky, coloured in pretty lilac and we are obsessed. You also need to check out the Nike Air Jordan 4 Winter and the Jordan x Travis Scott apparel line.


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