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The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Gets The Triple Black Treatment

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Within the entire adidas Yeezy family, there exists pockets of internal series — each silhouette seemingly spawning a spin-off shortly after a lengthy and consistent run. We’ve seen it with the 500, whose high-top variation released just last year, and even with the Yeezy Boost 700 whose latest sits far apart from its v3 contemporary. Dubbed with an “MNVN” namesake, the model aligns with a technical aesthetic, outfitting much of the beloved silhouette with a nylon shell: some colorways vibrant as the previously revealed “Orange” is evident of and others heavily more neutral like this forthcoming “Triple Black.” Leaked originally as part of the line-up’s Spring releases, the pair is set to arrive soon at select outposts, boasting a design far more minimal than the offerings soon to follow. “700” stamps along the medial in dark blend, opting for a very dark gray to stand out from the underexposed backdrop; few accents elsewhere tint to match, but at the majority, a full black seems to dress the kit from the recognizable sole unit to the tongue. Grab a quick look at these here and sit tight for further word on their select retailer and adidas.com release date.

Updated February 2nd, 2020: The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN “Triple Black” releases on February 8th in-store only in New York, Tokyo, and London.

adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN “Triple Black” Release Date: February 8th, 2020 Style Code: FV4440

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