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As suggested by its namesake, the high-profile variation calls upon soup-like hues to outfit its entire upper half. Applied to the toe boxes, ankle collars and tongues is a “Dark Russet” hue, all of which are materialized with a smooth suede. More of the same tone makes its way to the tongues, only these are made with the traditional nylon fabric. Next to this comes shaggy suede overlays dyed with its titular pigment, as well as a warmer brown which tints the Swooshes and laces for more color-blocking. Another branded hits arrive atop the tongues which are backdropped in white and accented with a dark brown “Nike Air” logo.
Underneath, you’ll find the sole unit reliant on brighter neutrals including white which runs the length of the midsole and “Sail” which swaddles the outsole in its entirety.
Looking to cop? These will be releasing via Nike Korea on January 28 for ₩139,000 (approx. $126 USD). A stateside release is set to follow after but a drop date has yet to be announced.
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