After working together on an Air Presto Mid and the Air Force 1 Downtown Hi SP, the latest collaboration from Nike and ACRONYM could see the Munich-based brand combine two silhouettes. People have been hoping for ACRONYM to take on the VaporMax since the technical shoe was first released, with a sneaker customizer creating a concept version earlier this year.
According to reports the VaporMax collaboration is happening, with Errolson Hugh‘s label mixing the silhouette with elements taken from the Air Moc. The mocked-up images show a mid-top sneaker with a sock-like lining on the ankle, as well as a black and gray Air Moc upper and the technical VaporMax midsole.
As of yet no official imagery of the collaboration has been revealed, but three colorways of the sneaker (one in “Light Bone” and black, another in “Sail,” “Dark Stucco” and “Cargo Khaki,” and a third in black and “Volt Black”) are reported to be dropping in April 2018. Pricing is said to be set at $225 USD.
After you’ve taken a look at the brand’s latest Nike collab, refresh your memory of ACRONYM’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection and the accompanying video lookbook.