Nike's Air Ghost Racer Lands in Clean "White/Pure Platinum" Colorway

Modernizing the 20-year-old silhouette.

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Back in December, Nike delivered a bold “Mineral Teal” iteration of its Air Ghost Racer silhouette. The American footwear giant is back with another spin on the ’90s shoe, this time delivering a clean “White/Pure Platinum” makeover.

Glossed in subtle white and ecru-toned shades, the sneakers boast a crisp understated color scheme that brings out textural contrast. Starting at the top of the shoe is an embroidered mini-Swoosh at the tongue, followed by cream-colored laces at the central forefoot. Breathable mesh fabrics appear along the collars, complemented by sleek, semi-translucent overlays stretching from the quarter to the midsection. Popping out from the white uppers is a silver-toned Swoosh at the sidewalls as lush premium suede cover the mudguards. All of these details sit atop a sturdy midsole that’s been embellished with a striking gray pattern, while Nike’s essential Zoom Air unit at the heel offers added comfort and support.

The Nike Air Ghost Racer “White/Pure Platinum” is currently available on Nike Japan’s website for $130 USD.

For more footwear from Nike, check out the new five-shoe “Flight Pack.”

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