Starting at the top of the shoe is a sleek leather tag, complemented by bright neon piping along the edge of the tongue. The uppers are dominated by a black shade in a mix of contrasting materials for a sleek and dynamic look. Adjacent to the smooth upper quarters is a textured leather overlay at the midsection, followed by a forefoot constructed with a hexagonal mesh weave. Furthermore, Nike’s logo takes the form of a small rubber patch logo at the midfoot. All of these details rest atop a crisp white midsole that’s been engineered with Nike’s Joyride technology, displaying a semi-translucent pod filled with tiny “Volt”-colored foam beads.
The Nike Joyride CC “Black/Volt” is currently available on Nike’s website for $140 USD.
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