Nike Adds Two More Classic Trainers to the Bold "SOA" Pack

Attention-stealing options for spring and summer.

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Aiding the development effort behind this era’s ’90s revival trends, Nike recently resurrected Deion Sanders’ 1996 signature shoe, creating the Air DT Max ‘96 for the current generation of sneakerheads. Further supporting that silhouette, the Swoosh’s designers have introduced a bold new spin on the style for the lineup’s latest spring and summer option. Notably, Nike has released an Air DT Max ‘96 that revolves around a blend of “Rage Green” and “Black” and features white Nike Air branding.

Following up April’s Air Trainer SC High in “Reverse Auburn,” Nike debuts a new, attention-stealing red and black version of the Air Trainer SC High. Specifically, the shoe combines Speed Red tones, black coloring, streaks of white and signature white “AIR” branding.

Both of the aforementioned Nike Air sneakers are being released as part of the new “SOA” pack. You can take a look at the items above, and expect to find both the Air DT Max ‘96 “SOA” and Air Trainer SC High “SOA” at Concepts; the former retails for $140 USD and the latter is going for $130 USD.

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