Nike Delivers the Air Max Triax LE in a “Spiral Sage” Colorway

An autumnal take on a classic nineties sneaker.

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After delivering a two-part pack of Triaxes in “Cobblestone” and black colorways earlier this year, Nike returns with a third iteration for Fall/Winter 2020 in the form of “Spiral Sage”.

Again dubbed the Air Max Triax LE, this autumnal sneaker has been crafted with a nylon upper and rough suede overlapped panels. Retaining its inherently nineties aesthetic, the Air Max Triax LE sits on a chunky sole that houses the archetypal Air unit.

Plush padding on the inner of the sneaker ensures ultimate comfort, while reflective accents on the rear of the shoe allows each sneaker to be seen in darker environments.

The Nike Air Max Triax LE “Spiral Sage” is available now from the Nike webstore, retailing at $140 USD.

In other news, Nike’s Mamba Fury has been given a striking “Racer Blue” makeover.

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