Innovating a plethora of silhouettes ranging from the Air Force 1 to the Air Max 720, Senior Creative Director Georgina James spotlighted the collection’s high points on Nike News. Starting off with its biggest sustainability stand, she reveals that the VaporMax 2 “Random’s” Air-Sole is 75% recycled. While utility is accentuated on the Air Max Box made for boxing workouts, the ZoomX Vista Grind, Air Max FF720 and VaporMax Flyknit 2 LXX Swarovski have carved new paths for sneaker designs in the years to come.
Colorways for Nike’s popular pairs such as the React Element 55, Air Max Dia and Air Max Plus to name a few have also been updated as part of the collection. Check out the official imagery above and keep an eye out for the Summer 2019 collection’s release dates and prices on nike.com.
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