BEAMS Teams up With Nike for Upcoming Multicolored Air Presto

To commemorate the Japanese retailer’s 40th anniversary.

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Nike and Errolson Hugh of ACRONYM made waves when they conjured a crisp triad of the Air Presto Mid this past May. Now, the athletic brand is teaming up with BEAMS for what looks to be two new takes on the Air Presto—as part of the Japanese retailer’s 40th anniversary. Thanks to Tokyo-based footwear publication SHOES MASTER, viewers can get a sneak peek of the 2000s runner swathed in multicolored iterations. Both pairs feature a mesh upper, a midsole comprised of foam with an Air-Sole unit in the heel and a rubber outsole for unparalleled traction.

Take a look at both renditions above and let us know how these compare to the ACRONYM collection.

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