Who's ready for the Yeezy 700 V3 "Srphym"? Set to be the fourth colourway to grace Kanye West's chunky silhouette, it gets its unique name from Seraphym, the angels in the Bible.
The first Yeezy 700 V3 to stray away from the usual monochromatic palette, the "Srphym" is painted in a vibrant yellow hue. A see-through RPU cage wraps around the Primeknit base, and once the lights are turned down, this gives off a glowing green hue that is sure to turn heads wherever you go.
A rubberised toe cap references the previous two generations, and down below you'll find a sleek and streamlined EVA foam midsole that's dipped in an earthy "Stone" colour. While we're not entirely sure why adidas decided not to use Boost this time around, it has resulted in a massive £70 price reduction that we can definitely appreciate.
One of the most unique Yeezys ever made, the adidas Yeezy 700 V3 "Srphym" is expected to drop sometime this autumn for around £170. Let us know if you'll be adding these to your collection, and while you're here, you might as well take your first look at the Yeezy Boost 380 "Hylte Glow"!