Starting at the top of the shoe is a black “AIR” ripstop tongue tab, complemented by shiny emerald-toned piping. Clean white leather eyelet panels appear at the uppers, contrasted against breathable mesh overlays at the sidewalls. At the heel are bold 3M highlights, framing a diamond-shaped Nike patch logo. To offset the crisp uppers, the shoe sports dark teal outlines around the main Swoosh, while black leather panels show up at the rear quarter and toecap. All of these details rest over an articulated midsole, accompanied by a translucent Air unit bubble for optimal traction and support.
Nike’s Air Max Triax “White/Deep Emerald” is currently available on the label’s website for $140 USD.
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