This time the sportswear and lifestyle brand will be ditching the usual plastic cage that the shoe is known for, giving the upper a clean look that accentuates a splatter-like gradient. They’ve also gone ahead and enlarged the usually-small Swoosh logo, offering it up in a silver-toned color that’s outlined by bold black. A white mudguard has been provided with a similarly colored toe bumper, further paired with a white outsole that dons thematically-aligned hits of Orange and White gradient. As is usual to the shoe, the heel is emblazoned with the TN logo badge.
Take a look at the Nike Air Max Plus in “Hyper Crimson/Dark Grey” above, and if you’re interested in picking up a pair you can expect these to hit Nike’s web store in the coming weeks.
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