The adidas Yeezy 700 V3 ‘Clay Brown’ makes use of a monofilament engineered mesh upper in a mostly black finish, accented with swooping brown stripes that extend across the side panels.
They’re visible in the open spaces of the RPU cage that adds structure — and a distinctly futuristic aesthetic — to the sneaker’s bootie-like construction.
The bulky EVA midsole is encapsulated in a durable PU wrap and reinforced by a herringbone-tread rubber outsole.
Adidas' logo is three stripes, which is used on the company's clothing and shoe designs as a marketing aid. The branding, which Adidas bought in 1952 from Finnish sports company Karhu Sports, became so successful that Dassler described Adidas as "The three stripes company".
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