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A high-top, hike-ready design that also seems to pull some inspiration from basketball shoes, the 1020 arrives in a two-tone orange and tan colorway. The former shade is spread around the shoe’s lower half and most of the strikingly-shaped upper, while the latter is relegated to the tongue and the throat’s zip closure.
The 1020’s most striking detail is present on its midfoot, which cleverly works in a Three Stripes-style graphic with a trifecta of wavy lines. Circular shapes on the ankle give more structure to the collar, and the toebox is covered by a durable rubber. The upper’s base layer is cocooned in a protective shroud that can be opened and closed by way of a zipper that runs from tongue to forefoot. Finally, thick midsoles and lugged outsoles are constructed of high-quality Continental rubber to complete the look.
Official release date and pricing information for the YEEZY 1020V has yet to be announced. However, the presence of a sample pair on the GOAT webstore may point to a release later this year.
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