AMBUSH x Nike Air Max 180 Hi "Light Bone" Set to Drop Later This Month

After much anticipation, the shoe is finally getting a global release.

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Yoon Ahn alongside her fashion-forward imprint AMBUSH is set to release her collaborative Nike Air Max 180 Hi in “Light Bone” later this month. The shoe demonstrates the designers love for both the aforementioned silhouetted as well as the sock-like Air Zoom Flight “The Glove,” utilizing a variety of characteristics reminiscent of each.

After releasing the Black colorway earlier this year in limited quantities, the latest, more Summer-friendly version will now see a wider global release. Upon the glove-like portion constructed of nylon ripstop is a grid-like texture, with tonal, non-gridded Swooshes running atop. The toe caps utilize a metallic-like coloring, with the taped mudguard in a similarly hued grey. The layered heel adds a slight pop of beige hues, with more black hits for structural integrity running vertically, finally rounding out the shoe with a white and grey outsole that dons the Air Max unit.

You can check out the official images of the AMBUSH x Nike Air Max 180 Hi in “White/White-Pale Grey-Light Bone” above. If you’re raring for a pair they will be dropping via Nike’s web store and select stockists on April 26, with a set retail price of $200 USD.

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