Friday, December 20, 2019

adidas Yeezy 700 V3 “Azael”

If each new year means a new update, then adidas Yeezy is fully covered for a few more to come, releasing not one but two updates: the Yeezy Boost 380 and the Yeezy 700 v3, the latter a surprising continuation that does away with the Boost the model was once so coveted for. Ostensibly streamlining their use of the cushioning or separating those with it far apart, the exclusion brought with it a substantial price slash, lowering retail from the once lofty $300 USD to a now reasonable $200. Aesthetics also have their fair share of changes, seemingly following closely in line with the alienesque of the aforementioned accompaniment as the profile adds visual mass by way of bulky RPU overlay cages and a general shape intentionally less sleek.
 Underneath, the woven base is swapped for an engineered mesh though still with the striping resemblant of the pair’s direct predecessor; elsewhere, within this mosaic of light bone, grey, and subtle warm tones, the sole unit warps to a size nearly double anything prior and liners and lace sit in contrast through both it's their black shade and nylon fabrication. Check out a detailed look at the the 700 v3 below.