Having recently released a fall-ready “Velvet Brown/Cargo Khaki” iteration, Nike’s Air Presto Mid Utility is back with a “Bordeaux” colorway that would be a sure-fire hit in any sneakerheads end of year rotation. The wine-red color scheme has been popular of late, with the Jordan 12s and Pharell’s NMDs also utilizing the crimson tone.
The “Bordeaux” upper is complemented by a black synthetic TPU rib-cage and a speckled white midsole. The Presto Mid Utility has always provided both comfort and function and this silhouette is no different. A flexible sock upper, water-repellent coating and warm inner lining creates a product that is ready to tackle the elements, while a side-zipper and Phylon foam soles provide ease of wear and a comfortable feel. You can cop a pair over at Sneaker Politics for $150 USD.
In other sneaker news, the Nike Air Max 97 “Volt” receives a release date.