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Debuting earlier this month exclusively in three cities, the Yeezy 700 MNVN continues its selective approach with this weekend’s release.
Drops only in Los Angeles, Paris and Shanghai contradict Kanye West’s “adidas Yeezy for all” campaign, but perhaps with good reason. While online re-selling platforms have blurred borders, recent region-exclusive pairs of the Yeezy Boost 350 v2, as well as the launch of the YZY QNTM in Chicago, suggest scarcity still drives excitement. And though some have already paid double the pair’s retail price on the after-market, the Yeezy 700 MNVN “Orange” may encourage others to embrace the sneaker hunt. Besides, the upcoming Yeezy Boost 380 “Mist” and Yeezy 350 Zyon and “Desert Sage” may serve as consolation for those who strike out on this two-toned execution.
The Yeezy 700 MNVN “Orange” releases on February 28th in Los Angeles and Paris, followed by a drop in Shanghai come March 28th. In all three cases, pairs will be available in Adult, Kid and Infant sizing. Take one last look at the shoes here below and also check out our comprehensive store list ahead.
LA/Paris Release Date: February 28th, 2020Shanghai Release Date: March 28th, 2020$220
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December marks a new chapter for the Mr. West’s ever-popular adidas Yeezy 500, as after much garnered success and popularity from its original low-profile silhouette, it’s ready to take things to new heights (literally and figuratively) as its high-top sibling is set to arrive in just ten days time. After seeing an early release at the Los Angeles Jesus is King pop-up experience back in October, the “Slate” colorway is officially kicking off the model’s launch just before the year concludes. Much like the Yeezy 500 “Stone” that recently hit the market, neoprene bubbles peak out of its buttery suede overlays, followed by a touch of tonal tumbled leathers applied towards the layers closest to its now heightened ankle
Outsoles are left swathed in a full beige tone, perhaps harking back to an element of the “Blush” colorway that originated the model’s existence. Enjoy a detailed look here below, and find these dropping on adidas.com and other affiliated Three Stripes retailers on December 16th for $220 USD.
adidas Originals is all about bridging the past and present of Trefoil Brand footwear, and their latest effort is the new ZX Torsion, which is set to debut in a “Bright Cyan” colorway this July. First introduced in the ’80s, the Torsion line was crafted around the physics of human motion and designed to offer exemplary support. Along with that came a unique shape look and recognizable two-piece midsole, both of which are brought into the modern day here. The upper is heavily retro in both material and color, calling upon a vibrant cyan mesh for the base while using both blue suede and cyan leather for the overlays. The Three Stripe midfoot graphic and lacing system offer volt tones both sharp and soft, while hi-vis reflective detailing appears on the heel/toe and a bright orange adds extra flair to the sockliner. Down below, the split midsole takes on a vintage sail colorway. If you look closely, you’ll also notice full-length Boost cushioning is ensconced in the midsole, visible from both the bottom and the torsion shank between the split heel/forefoot. These adidas shoes will retail for $140 USD, and you can expect a release on July 11th at the retailers listed below.
UNDEFEATED has seemingly become the primary purveyor of adidas Ultra Boost collaborations as of late, and for their newest effort they’ve presented a new “Blackout” take on the Ultra Boost 1.0. From the Primeknit upper to the midfoot cage, heel clip, and Boost midsole, the shoe earns its nickname, as almost everything is, indeed, “blacked out.” The main detailing then arrives via large text hits dressed in hi-vis reflective material that appear at the intermediary point between throat/toebox and wrap around from the medial to the lateral side. Further reflective pops appear on the tongue, which also swaps out the standard adidas branding for UNDEFEATED’s signature five strike logo on the right shoe. A white text hit then graces the heel tab to complete the look. A vast deviation from their last co-branded Ultra Boost — which featured a patriotic white, red, and blue color scheme plus a “Stars And Stripes” moniker — you can look for this stealthy “Blackout” pair to release on June 28th on the UNDEFEATED webstore and at all their retail locations.
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