So now, YEEZY is dropping the 700 V3 “Safflower.” It sports its usual monofilament engineered mesh upper in a subtle shade of yellow that’s intersected with light gray stripes, while a white TPU cage is placed on top to give the shoe structure. Furthermore, a semi-translucent gray grid-mesh mid-panel section has been added to the sides, which gives a sense of breathability to the otherwise chunky sneaker.
Inside the upper, you’ll find a black neoprene bootie that doubles up as the tongue, on which you’ll find a neatly-spaced collection of rope laces that lead the eye down to two 3M patches on the toe. The BOOST-less sneaker is rounded out by its curvaceous and chunky sole unit that encapsulates PU inside an EVA foam shell, working together to provide a lightweight and supportive on-foot experience.
The YEEZY 700 V3 “Safflower” is set to release on adidas’ app and at select retailers worldwide on November 14 in adult sizes costing $200 USD, kids at $130 USD, and infants at $100 USD. Take a closer look at the pair above.
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