The Yeezy 700 V3 features a monofilament engineered mesh upper, translucent glow-in-the-dark TPU cage. Combine the looks with a comfortable, yet boost-less soul (at a more reasonable price than previous Yeezy releases), this is yet another Yeezy sneaker guaranteed to sell-out. Even during a time when Kanye himself is being considered a sell-out, for the naming convention of the latest 350 line-ups, resellers will be licking their lips at attaining a full-size run of the Yeezy 700 V3 Arzareth.
The tinted blue & white colorway is reminiscent of a dolphin on a sunny day. (at least in our opinion).
The silhouette is always a fresh change to the commonly seen Yeezy 350 BOOST, which is just killing the fake sneaker market right now. (in a negative way)
2020 & the pandemic seems a weird time for sneakers, where we are seeing hyped sneakers fly off shelves at hyper speed. This is good for the sneaker game, but terrible because the average buyer may have to consider paying astronomical figures for a sneaker built to only retail at a lower price-point.
The Yeezy 700 V3 Arzareth, drops shortly after the controversial YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Israfil” (the name means: the angel who blows the trumpet to sound the end of mankind on the day of judgement).
Model: Yeezy 700 V3 Arzareth.
Category: men’s basketball/lifestyle-inspired sneakers.
History: Kanye West is on a mission to inspire Yeezy to jump over the Jumpman.
Color: tinted blue / white/ glow in the dark.
hype: ✮✮✮✮✮ .
Pro’s: Yeezy resell value. Looks like a dolphin. Glow-in-the-dark. PU encapsulated in an EVA foam shell cushioning. Cheaper than other Yeezy’s dropped this year.
Cons: Yeezy carries hype, even when certain models don’t live up to it. BOOST-less.
Fit: True to size.