TBT: Yeezy Cream White is the most controversial yet Yeeziest Yeezy

TBT: Yeezy Cream White is the most controversial yet Yeeziest Yeezy

For this TBT, we’ll be discussing the Yeeziest Yeezy to ever exist. And that’s the Yeezy Cream White. It is arguably the best edition through the history of Yeezy, in general, and Yeezy 350 v2 silhouette in particular. Which makes it a must-have for sneaker enthusiasts. In fact, this pair came out just after the high success of the “Black Red” and “Zebracolorways of the 350 V2 model. And when nobody thought that West could bring the heat up after those two, the Yeezy Cream White made a dramatic shift for Yeezy. 

The First White Ye

The success of Yeezy Cream White is undeniable. What makes it revolutionary for the Yeezys is its monochromatic all-white aesthetic that had never been seen before. This 350 V2 model has two names. You can call it either “Cream White” or “Triple White.” And it combines a hype silhouette with an everlasting trendy colorway! White was a trendy colorway years ago and persists as a 2021 sneaker trend. So, there’s no doubt Ye indulged a successful release.

A closer look into The Triple White 350 V2

The Yeezy Cream White was first released on April 29, 2017. This kick sports a mix of cream woven Primeknit Upper, a translucent white midsole, and boost technology. It is the best combination of aesthetics and functionality. Furthermore, its breathable Primeknit upper and thick Boost cushioning promotes ultimate comfort and temperature-resistance.

Unlike other 350 V2 models, this iteration did not have a colored SPLY-350 inscription and stitching on the upper. It features a camouflaged tonal cream SPLY 350 branding. Yes! White on White for real!

Yeezy Cream White Release Info

Release Date 04/29/2017
Retail Price $220

The Yeezy Cream released again in October 2018 featuring the 2017 edition OG structure and color blocking. But, this second release may have caused the Whites its Hype. Or not?

Did The Yeezy Cream White Kill Yeezys?

The Yeezy Triple White is the most controversial kicks of the Yeezy. It is one of the most hyped colorways. But, the 2018 release caused a hype dilemma. Well, Yeezys have always kept a release standard to maintain their hype. Their limited quantity iteration release makes people drop dead for them. And even break laws to get their hands on a pair. But what happened in 2018? 

Yeezy for everyone

In 2018, Kanye wanted to keep his 2016 promise. That includes a “Yeezy for everyone” Twitter mantra. So, on this second Triple White release, Adidas organized the biggest drop in sneaker history! Kanye and Adidas promised pre-sale to anyone who signed up on the website. So, did this move take down the rising sun of the Yeezy 350 V2 Cream White? Well, as it first dropped in 2017, resale prices attained almost $600. However, after 2018, resale prices sank to $240. So, yeah, supply and demand laws may have affected the Whites back then. However, resale prices have been increasing lately reaching $800 today! 

All in All

This pair remains a must-have to this day. It has the style, the color, and the hype. And the latest resale prices we mentioned previously are a blunt argument of this statement. So, if you have a Yeezy Cream White deadstock, now is your chance to flip’em! And for those purchasing them Yeezys, better be careful. They are tricky pairs that can get stained easily and a lot of manufacturers produced fake replicas. For those looking for a pair, we’ll let you know some tricks to ensure that you are not spending your money on the replica of the original. Here are the best articles to spot fake pairs and keep triple white monochromatic kicks clean and flawless. 

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