Tom Sachs Spotted in Another Version of Rumored NikeCraft Mars Yard 2.5

Sporting a different sole tooling.

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Adding to the rumors of the NikeCraft Mars Yard 2.5, Tom Sachs was recently spotted in another version of the yet to be disclosed footwear.

In a recent Instagram story, the contemporary artist is seen pictured in an alternative take on the unreleased shoe. Once again the footwear style sports the signature beige and red color scheme with a mesh upper accented by suede panels. But this time around, the protective black toe cap is paired with a different midsole set up attached to what appears to be an aggressive waffle outsole.

Check out Tom Sachs in another version of the rumored NikeCraft Mars Yard 2.5 above.

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