Its inaugural colorway combines “Light Orewood Brown” with “Chile Red” and “Newsprint,” which coupled with its technical sensibilities, gives the sneaker a retro ACG vibe.
The base is made from soft ripstop and is overlayed with reinforced suede panels at the toe, vamp, mid-panel, and eyestay. A semi-translucent TPU heel counter acts as a guard over a blue base, and it also serves as a mechanism where webbing straps run through it, allowing you to change the fit of the shoe.
More webbing can be found on the mid-panels, running down the side while locking the technical toggle-equipped rope lacing system in place. A yellow breathable mesh tongue, brown mesh lining, and a red mini swoosh on the rear-quarter round out the Air Max 270 Vistascape’s upper.
For the sole unit, Nike combines Air technology with a Storm-Tread Wet Traction rubber outsole, which should assist you on slippery surfaces.
The Nike Air Max 270 Vistascape “Light Orewood Brown/Chile Red/Newsprint” is set to release sometime later this fall on Nike’s website for $170 USD. Take a closer look at the pair above.
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