The Yeezy 700 was once one of the rarest Kanye West sneakers in existence. One of the pioneers of the chunky shoe trend, it changed the entire sneaker landscape for good. Two years after its debut, it has been unveiled in a wide array of styles and colourways, and we're now taking our first look at the latest addition to the coveted adidas dad shoe line.
Dubbed the Yeezy 700 V2 'Hospital Blue', this serves as the fourth blue 700 since the 'Inertia' back in March. Bearing a striking resemblance to last year's 'Static', the 'Hospital Blue' is painted in a light blue hue, kind of like the 350 V2 'Blue Tint' that launched back in 2017.
Crafted from a combination of premium materials, aggressively styled suede panels make their way throughout the upper, building on top of an ultra breathable mesh for the best of both worlds. Unlike other 700s, it doesn't look like leather will be making an appearance here, however, the 3M reflective stripes do make a comeback.
Down below, you'll find a perfectly sculpted foam unit that houses a full length Boost midsole for comfort that has literally been taken to new heights, and to finalise the design, a charcoal grey rubber outsole completes the look.
According to our sources, the Yeezy 700 V2 'Hospital Blue' will hit shelves on September 28th. We're not exactly sure how rare these will be, but feedback from sneakerheads has been widely positive, so expect these to sell out in an instant! Make sure to let us know if you'll be grabbing a pair!
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