Nike is continuing to flesh out its technically-influenced ISPA line with the release of two Air Max 720 ISPAs. Dropping in “Black/Reflect Silver” and “Summit White/Black/White,” the pairs combine the retro-futuristic look of the 720 with design cues previously seen on the likes of the line’s inaugural React Runner Mid WR ISPA.
The all-new sneaker features one of the most tactical redesigns in the ISPA line to date, delivering a ninja-like theme that incorporates reflective details, removable plug-like heel tabs, as well as React-esque rubber nodules along the side panel and midsole. These React-style bumps are carried into the sole units design, providing traction on the outsole. A technical rope lacing system has been implemented, as has a myriad of mesh throughout the upper for breathability.
Rounding off the Air Max 720 ISPA’s design is a variety of graphics such “Contains High Pressure Nitrogen” on the accentuated Air bubble unit, small circular motifs on the vamp and heel, as well as ISPA branding on the heel and tongue tabs.
Both pairs are set to release on September 7 at stockists such as Sneakersnstuff. The “Summit White/Black/White” pair will retail for £179 GBP (approx. $215 USD), while the “Black/Reflect Silver” pair will be priced at £189 GBP (approx. $226 USD).
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