Like the other models, the shoe features a Flyknit upper and the usual VaporMax sole, to ensure maximum comfort. Nike did away with the laces on the upper, however, replacing them with a solid-toned elastic strap to keep feet in place. The ankle is also elasticated, making it a snap to take the shoes off and put them on. A giant Swoosh on the forefoot strap and tongue branding completes the sleek runner.
The shoe is set to drop on November 16 and the VaporMax Moc is already available on NIKEiD in Europe. American fans will have to wait for the shoe to release stateside in December. Nike’s VaporMax silhouette is one of “The Ten” silhouettes that Virgil Abloh remade for his collaboration with Nike and we took a closer look at it, along with the other nine.
- Sole Collector