Nike's Air Presto Fly Now Comes In "Cargo Khaki"

The popular runner gets a new colorway.

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It has been months since Nike released new colorways for the Air Presto Fly, and now the sportwear brand has finally announced a “Cargo Khaki” colorway for the silhouette. With a stretch mesh upper found in the toe and heel area for breathable support, the shoe also features Flywire cables integrated with laces for a dynamic lockdown fit and a midsole that doubles as an outsole for lightweight cushioning. Finishing details include a heel pull tab and white Swoosh logos on the toe, side panel and sole unit.

The silhouette in “Cargo Khaki” is now available at select Nike retailers for $100 USD. In other Air Presto news, check out Virgil Abloh’s Off-White™ x Nike Air Presto collaboration.

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