The original silhouette debuted in 1995, designed by Nike’s very first Japanese production team. As a nod to the sneaker’s roots, the shoe’s tongue has been embellished with Japanese calligraphy, which translates to the word “fast.” Crisp ivory tones appear along the suede-tinged uppers, complemented by breathable mesh fabrics along the collars, sidewalls and toecap. Contrasting black panels are placed at the heel and sides. As a final note, the shoe comes with a light “Wolf Gray” Swoosh, while a slim, articulated midsole rounds up the design.
Nike’s Air Streak Lite “Summit White/Wolf Gray” is currently available on Nike’s website for $110 USD.
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