Nike's Air Vapormax Gets Dipped in "Terra Orange"

Joined by metallic silver Swooshes.

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Yesterday, we saw the Nike Air VaporMax 2019 in “Black/Active Fuchsia-Photo Blue.”  As a quick turnaround, the model has surfaced once more in “Canyon Gold/Metallic Silver-Terra Orange.” The translucent upper takes on one of Nike’s signature colors as its dipped in terra orange with a metallic silver Swoosh on each lateral and medial side. The flexible VaporMax unit also contrasts yesterday’s reveal as it’s dipped in black. Lastly, the sneaker’s tongue branding welcomes red which also complements its VaporMax insignias wrapping around the heel clip.

The Nike Air VaporMax 2019 “Canyon Gold/Metallic Silver-Terra Orange” is slated to drop on January 10 for $190 USD at select Nike Running retailers plus Nike.com. In other news, Nike’s Air Max Dia SE WMNS may be better for those looking for a simpler look.

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Nike Air VaporMax 2019 “Canyon Gold”

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