On the heels of the "Azael," the first of the 700 V3, the YEEZY 700 V3 "Alvah" now joins the adidas and Kanye West sneaker family, bringing a fully blacked-out form to the third version of the 700 line. Coming in what is arguably one of the strongest YEEZY colorways to date, this is one for the triple black fans. Its release is set for April 11, but you can secure a pair now at StockX.

Continuing the "Azael"'s introduction of mesh to the 700, the "Alvah" offers the same great breathability. adidas once again forgoes its Boost technology, opting for a dad shoe aesthetic through elements such as the EVA foam midsole and herringbone outsole, which form one chunky base unit.

Though blacked out at first appearance, when the lights go off the "Alvah" has a menacing streak, with the RPU cage showing off glow-in-the-dark detailing. There are also 3M elements at the toe section, adding some nice lightning contrast to the monochrome look.

Triple black YEEZYs don't come around too often, and StockX market data suggests that buyers are taking note. The "Alvah" is currently attracting an average sale price of $446, with its 52-week high cost reaching a huge $1,250. This is one that's likely to hold its value, so it may be a smart time to shop.

Shop the YEEZY 700 V3 "Alvah" at StockX.

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