The Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Black sneaker restocked today and quickly sold out.
Marketplaces and resale distributors are the only remaining retailers to have the shoes available for purchase. Farfetch still has most sizes in stock. Depending on the size, the shoes are priced anywhere for $430 to $986. The shoes are still up for grabs on most of the major resellers, including StockX, GOAT, and Stadium Goods, too. As of this writing, the lowest asking prices are around $300, $350, and climb to around $430 for most sizes, respectively. Many eBay sellers have the shoes available, in various sizes, too. The prices in line with the other reseller sites and most currently are listed at prices ranging from $330 to $350.
The sportswear giant confirmed today that the Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN in the stealthy “Black” colorway is returning to retailers for the entire family on May 23. This style initially released in February and was only available at select retailers in New York, London and Tokyo. Now, it looks like the latest drop will be more widely available this time around.
The silhouette features an upper constructed with a lightweight polyester and is fused with no-sew overlays and the reflective “700” branding on the lateral side. It also includes bungee laces allowing for easy on and off, while a full-length Boost-cushioned midsole for all-day comfort.
In related Adidas Yeezy news, the upcoming Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” is reportedly dropping on June 13 on Adidas.com/Yeezy and at select Yeezy retailers, however the release information has not been confirmed by the Three Stripes.