After providing the first look at the 700 MNVN “Bone” and “Phosphor”, we now have a release date for the sneakers.

The 700 MNVN does away with the suede and mesh construction found in the YEEZY BOOST 700 and 700 V2, whilst also not following the design conventions of the 700 V3, which features a mesh, rubber and neoprene construction. Instead, the 700 MNVN features a nylon-based upper, with the most striking aspect of the sneaker being the “700” emblazoned on the midfoot section of the sneaker in 3M.

The 700 MNVN also does away with the conventional lacing style used in the YEEZY 700 family, instead opting for a bungee lacing system.

The 700 MNVN “Bone” features an all over bone-like white upper, while the 700 MNVN “Phosphor” features an electrifying yellow upper.

Like most sneakers in the YEEZY 700 family, these sneakers will both feature an enclosed BOOST midsole and release in a full family sizing.

Both sneakers are a part of a limited release. The 700 MNVN “Phosphor” will drop on April 24th, in New York, London and Tokyo. The 700 MNVN “Bone” drops on April 25th, in Los Angeles, Paris and Shanghai, and soon to be available on StockX.

Please be aware that these dates are subject to change due to complications involving COVID-19.

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