When the Yeezy 700 V2 "Cream" first leaked all the way back in September, we pretty much knew straight away that these were going to be a must-have in our collections. Bearing a striking resemblance to 2018's "Static" that arguably transformed the chunky shoe game, it's been given a few tweaks and changes, and we're taking our first look yet!
Working on a light grey mesh base that's a lot looser than the one on the "Tephra" or the "Vanta", the "Cream" is overlaid by clean beige leather panels, while soft yellow suede adorns the toebox and heel for an almost vintage vibe. Reflective 3M stripes shoots across the lateral and medial side panels, and this is all tied together with a pair of complementary laces that match perfectly with the 700's inner lining.
Of course, you can't talk about the "Cream" without mentioning the crisp white midsole underfoot that's infused with adidas Boost tech for comfort that's literally been taken to new heights. This is then lined with a charcoal rubber outsole, finalising the iconic Yeezy aesthetic.
Expected to launch sometime in March this year, the adidas Yeezy 700 V2 "Cream" is perfect for the spring and summer seasons, so make sure you keep it locked at The Sole Supplier for your best chance to cop! Let us know if you'll be adding these to your rotation, and in related news, it looks like the Yeezy 700 "Sun" will arrive with a much lower retail price!