A Closer Look at A-COLD-WALL* x Nike Zoom Vomero +5 "Solarised"

Complete with removable heel counter.

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After first arriving back in January before another surprise drop in July, A-COLD-WALL*‘s “Solarised” take on the Nike Zoom Vomero +5 now gets a closer look. Each sneaker is unique, with a hand-dyeing technique developed by the London-based label in order to give each one its eye-catching color palette.

As well as the “Solarised” design, other features of the sneaker include its dark red sock lining and complimenting laces. Elsewhere, Samuel Ross‘ label has added a black heel counter to the classic Vomero design, although — as the images show — this can be removed to reveal a grill pattern complete with the “Solarised” color palette. According to A-COLD-WALL*, the special hand-dyeing means that the environment may change the sneaker over time.

Take an up-close look at the sneaker in the gallery above, and keep an eye on the A-COLD-WALL* web store for more information in case it drops again.

In other footwear news, take a look at Nike’s P-6000 in a new high-vis colorway.

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