Nike‘s self-lacing HyperAdapt 1.0 model recently appeared in a slew of patterned versions such as “Digi Camo” and “Habanero Red,” but it’s not until now that the automated sneaker has appeared in classic colorways — “Black/White” and “Triple White.”
Keeping things simple and timeless, the “Black/White” colorway is a tried-and-true two-tone sneaker that sees a black knit upper with white at the Swooshes, mudguard, heel counter and sole unit. The “Triple White” version is as clean as it gets with a completely whited-out kit. Both sneakers appear relatively low-key until its pressure-activated mechanism turns on, revealing a soft blue light at the sole’s arch and heel counter.
Both Nike HyperAdapt 1.0’s in “Black/White” and “Triple White” are set to release for $720 USD at Nike’s web store and select Swoosh retailers this coming March. Stay tuned for more release details and let us know if you’re a fan of these colorways in the comments.
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