2020 Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Triple Black

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asked May 25, 2020 in Electron Microscopy by jordan2018 (600 points)

When we first saw the Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Triple Black back in September of last year, we knew right away that it was an instacop. Gigantic “700” branding graces the lateral side panel, infused with 3M so you’ll be able to flex even in low light conditions. Previously rumoured to be a ‘Friends & Family’ exclusive, the then-dubbed 700 VX is now getting a public release, and if this doesn’t get you hyped we don’t know what will! Taking the classic 700 silhouette and giving a total re-design from the ground up, gone is the usual mesh, leather, and suede construction in favour of an all nylon upper that gives the shoe a sleek and streamlined look.

Mens Jordan 2020 combines two of the most legendary Jordan Brand colourways for a reimagined classic look. Branding is kept to a minimum, with a small embroidered Jumpman logo at the heel and a typeface logo across the tongue. The Jordan 11 was first introduced in 1995, and is known to be MJ’s personal favourite shoe from the many signature models that have been released under his name. Combining the highly-coveted Bred colourway with the stripped back Concord rendition, this pair displays a familiar look with streamlined designs. The uppers are crafted from a blend of patent leather, mesh and synthetics.

Jordan Delta SP Sail is the latest colourway of Jordan Brand’s most recent silhouette to be unveiled, and it looks better than ever. Branding is kept to a minimum throughout the contemporary pair, with a low-key version of Jordan Brand’s signature wings logo embroidered onto the heel in blue. Dressed in an ultra-clean sail colour, the futuristic looking pair showcase streamlined looks and state of the art construction to act as a top tier pair both on and off the basketball court. The uppers are crafted from a neat blend of technical ripstop and suede, while synthetic overlays add an additional layer for a textured effect.

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