Nike Prepares Two Fully-Reflective Air Max Tailwind IV

Made with multicolor reflective material.

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Nike is set to release two new reflective colorways to the the Air Max Tailwind IV. The two tonal takes arrive in the choice of either a sail-on-sail, creamy-white colorway, or a black and oil-grey version.

Both pairs are accented at the bottom of the outsole with pastel green, purple and blue. While the uppers appear to be rather understated, a quick flash of light will reveal the hidden 3M reflective details scattered throughout each shoe. The sneaker also features a special logo at the tongue which is a nod towards the original 20-year-old Tailwind IV model.

Those interested can find both pairs launching at nike.com and other select retailers like SNS on November 23 for a price of $179 USD.

In other footwear news, Nike gives the VaporMax Plus an earthy “Baroque Brown” makeover.

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