Nike Revisits Its "Wheat" Collection for This 2016 Fall/Winter Season

Have you eaten your Wheaties today?

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Wheat coloring has been known to be rather popular in footwear during the fall/winter season and Nike Sportswear is set to deliver at the right time. Almost similar to last year’s drop, some of your favorite Air Max silhouettes will don slightly different wheat shading throughout each upper this time around. The offering is comprised of the Nike Air Max 95, Air Max 1, Air Max 90 and new addition in the Air Max BW.

Each model hosts suede materials throughout in addition to Nike and Air Max logo hits on their respective tongue and heels. There’s no specific release date as to when we should expected these to return to shelves, but stick with us and we’ll keep you updated with developments upon availability.

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