Staying true to its signature construction, the shoe features an aqua blue mesh on the upper, contrasted with the black archetypal plastic overlays, tongue, mudguard, heel and entire rubber sole unit. White laces intertwine through the eyestays, creating an element of elegance that resembles the high-end jewelry brand, though not at all affiliated. A metallic silver Swoosh is prominently placed on the side of the shoe, alongside the Tn logo on the heel and insoles. The shoe maintains its transparent Air unit, ensuring comfortability throughout.
There is currently no official release dates disclosed, but this Teal rendition of the Nike Air Max Plus is expected to release in the coming weeks online at Nike for $160 USD.
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