Nike's Neon-Tinged "Worldwide Pack" Gets Reworked

A sleek black counterpart to the previous white colorways.

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Nike‘s “Worldwide Pack” from last month has been reworked; the new pack follows its white counterparts with black colorways this time around. Featured in the set is an Air Max 95 and Air Force 1 ‘07 clad with “Green Strike” and “Crimson Flash” highlights.

The former silhouette, with its bright fluorescent accents and multi-layered uppers, leads the pack as a sleek iteration of the classic shoe. Sitting at the top of the tongue is a special motif of a globe that’s worked into a “Nike” logo. A small pink tag falls on the lateral side of the logo, woven just below the shoe’s tonal laces and mesh padding. To offset the softly textured quarters, smooth multi-layered leather panels take up the sidewalls, embellished with a slew of gray graphics, while suede paneling at the toecap and an embroidered mini-Swoosh at the rear quarter completes the uppers’ design. All of these details rest over a contrasting white midsole that sports boldly tinted Air unit.

Much of the uppers on the Air Force 1 ‘07 come with smooth black leather, with vivid pops of neon appearing throughout the body. The aforementioned globe motif also shows up on the tongue of this model. It complements branded laces seen over the forefoot and accented pulls tabs around the collars — “NIKE WORLDWIDE” branding is repeated along the thin piping that traces the edges of each panel. Furthermore, a “Flash Crimson”-colored Swoosh is embroidered at the sides, while a crisp white midsole rounds off the shoe’s intricate design.

Both the Air Max 95 and Air Force 1 ‘07 from Nike’s blacked-out “Worldwide Pack” are currently available on atmos’ website for $130 USD and $167 USD, respectively.

For more from Nike, check out a tri-toned rendition of the Nike Air Max 90.

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