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Built for lifestyle wear, the low-profile shoe comes prepared with knitted base layers that is primarily colored in with a “Semi Frozen Yellow” hue. From there, grey notes are woven in to the forefoot to form small waves, while a “Hazy Emerald” tone lands on the toe box and in dotted fashion on the shoe strings. The snug-like ankle collars contrast with a grey-ish teal which matches up with the backdrop of the laces. Intertwining cables that are attached adjacent to the laces and on the heels also give off a neon vibe and almost channel a glow stick-esque aesthetic moments after it’s been cracked.
Below, the 4D-cushioned midsoles are given a clean white outer, and arrive half covered up top with a milky film. Interested in copping? These are scheduled to release via retailers like Fenom on February 4, 2021 for €199.95 EUR (approx. $245 USD).
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