Done in “Purple/Black” and “White/Grey,” the latest take on the hybrid model features neoprene uppers that express a fade from solid color to an empty-space geometric pattern. Branding on the shoes comes in the form of AM Plus tongue branding, mini Swooshes at the heel, and VM Air heel badges. Rounding up the design of the shoes are elevated mudguards and full-length VaporMax outsoles.
No official drop notes just yet, but stay tuned for the official release of the Nike Air Vapormax Plus “Geometric Gradient.
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