With a stripy blue and white Primeknit base, this is accented with olive green hues and then overlaid with a see-through RPU caging system that glows in the dark. Black mesh makes up the ankle and lacing system, while a clean white panel graces the toe box - the only feature that's taken from the previous two Yeezy 700 generations.
Down below, you'll find a voluptuous white midsole that does away with the usual adidas Boost tech. Instead, it adopts an EVA foam unit which is equally as comfortable. While we're not entirely sure why the Three Stripes decided to go down this route, it has resulted in a massive £70 price reduction that we can all appreciate.
It's also worth nothing that from early sample seen above, it looks like it uses the same "infinite" lacing system as the 700 MNVN. This has yet to be officially confirmed, but if this does make it to the retail pair then it's safe to assume that these Yeezys will also come with a traditional set in box.
Expected to hit shelves in August with a £170 price tag, let us know what you think of the adidas Yeezy 700 V3 "Arzareth" and if you'll be grabbing a pair. While you're here, you might as well take your first look at the Yeezy Boost 380 "Azure"!