The Nike KMTR Premium Receives a "Sequoia" Makeover

Featuring gum soles and 3M reflective detailing.

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Drawing from the colors of the great outdoors, Nike recently unveiled a “Sequoia” colorway of its popular KMTR Premium tech sneaker. After moving away from its ACG affiliation, the KMTR Premium has received several colorful looks that stray from ACG’s signature dark-toned color palette. But this time around Nike gives the tech sneaker a darker makeover. The laceless upper found on the “Sequoia” KMTR Premium is constructed of an olive-colored, water-resistant textile material and is accented by the magnetic heel closure and lockdown toggles done in black, while gum soles and 3M reflective detailing serve to add an extra layer of flair and round up the design of the model. Set to retail at $150 USD, stay tuned for an official date for the Nike KMTR Premium “Sequoia.”

For more Nike news, take a look at the recently released “Cool Grey” Air Max More.

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