Designer and Brandblack founder, David Raysse, includes even more tech specs for the Rare Metal 2 in latest tease.
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David Raysse’s latest tease of the upcoming Brandblack Rare Metal 2 on Instagram gives us a bit more information — other than a release date.
Supercritical Jetlon foam cushioning is the Rare Metal 2’s main highlighted feature, but the materials are said to be TPU-coated yearn mesh — a popular material as of late due to it being lightweight, breathable and strong without requiring much break-in time from the wearer. A speed lace system is also said to be used and we can see the laces are interesting in and of itself.
Something not mentioned, but we can see a bit of, is the traction. It looks like we could be getting a new rendition of herringbone as the pattern looks to be a bunch of “V’s” that are not connected like herringbone traditionally is.
No other information was given, but we’re hoping we hear word of a release date and retail price soon. Each tease is just getting me more excited to see how they play once I can get a pair on-court.
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