Ridged Air Max 360-style uppers are constructed from a synthetic material and dressed in an airy white tone with small silver accents towards the forefoot. Mudguards are also presented in white, though they equip a patent leather for material contrast. The top half’s crown jewel is provided by the Swoosh, which features a purple/blue/lime green gradient fade and is surrounded by a thickly stitched black border.
Although most VaporMax 360s boast a “2020” hit running up the eyestays, the “Bubble Pack” discards it in favor of a more muted look. However, these missing embellishments are more than made up for by small, clear bubbles that run the length of the throat overlay and come to rest around the tongue tag. Down below, a full-foot VaporMax cushioning unit alternates between rich blue in the front and lime green in the back, and is secured to a white Cushlon midsole by way of clear rubber harnesses on the heel.
The Nike Air VaporMax 360 “Bubble Pack” is available now at retailers like Sneaker Politics, and is priced at $225 USD.