Who's ready for the Yeezy 700 V3 "Srphym"? Pronounced "SER-AH-FIM" after one of the angels in the Bible, this has got to be one of the most unique Yeezy colourways in existence, and we're now taking a sneak peek at the actual shoe in question!
Image courtesy of sneaker insider @yzysplyleaks, the "Srphym" features a cream adidas Primeknit base with five vivid yellow stripes running horizontally across it. An off-white RPU cage holds everything together, infused with a glow in the dark coating that illuminates in a ghostly green hue as soon as the lights are turned down. This essentially means that you can flex these Yeezy 700s whenever you want.
The mesh collar from the Yeezy QNTM makes an appearance here in black, and down below you'll find a clean beige midsole that's as sleek as it gets. While the "Azael" received a blue EVA foam unit and the "Alvah" got a yellow one, these images show that the "Srphym" will be getting a striking orange one which actually peeks out through the rubber outsole underneath.
Set to launch sometime this autumn with a price tag of £170, the adidas Yeezy 700 V3 "Srphym" should not be missed, so make sure you keep it locked at The Sole Supplier if you need a pair next season! Let us know what you think of Kanye's next shoe, and in related news, here's when you can cop the Yeezy 700 V3 "Arzareth"!