Nike Refreshes Air Presto With Lush "Nigeria" Makeover

Embellished with “NAIJA” at the heel.

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Nike has given its Air Presto a vivid “Nigeria” makeover, a follow-up to the 20th-anniversary “AUS” iteration seen last month.

Emblazoned with bold patterns, the shoe is mostly colored in tones of “Pine Green” and “Green Strike,” accented with subtle hits of black and white accents. Gray rubber patch overlays are placed at the top of the tongue, complemented by thick tonal laces. An intricately woven ripstop heel pull appears above a semi-translucent rubber rear quarter, printed with the words “NAIJA,” that extends out towards the sidewalls. Furthermore, vibrant patterns cover the forefoot above which an embroidered Swoosh is etched. All of these details rest over a sleek black midsole that rounds off the lush color scheme.

Nike’s Air Presto “Nigeria” is now sold out on NOIRFONCE’s website, priced at $154 USD, albeit expected to release soon on other retailers in the coming weeks.

In case you missed it, check out a Tokyo-inspired “Fast City” iteration of Nike’s React Infinity Run FlyKnit.

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