The low-key pair sees a premium leather and suede upper placed atop the minimal sole unit, with plenty of internal tonal padding inspired by the original Powerphase shoe of the 1980s. The workout-turned-lifestyle shoe staple is treated to a littering of perforated holes used to depict the iconic Three Stripes, which is also featured on the toe box.
The streamlined retro sneaker is set to release on April 1 via retailers such as Sneakersnstuff for £89 GBP (approx. $115 USD).
For more retro reworks, check out these Nike Air Force 1’s featuring an oversized Swoosh.