Eyes of sneaker savants across the globe have been attached to
Unlike its release counterpart, this multi-toned number merges together stark black paneling with variety of Easter-friendly pastels. The stealthy hue is held responsible for for wrapping the quarters, tongues, toe boxes, ankle collars and heightened heel sections, as well as the branded-hits atop the tongues and rear. From there, pale green, pink, blue and yellow hits purloin the show and topple over across the forefoot/heel overlays, eyestays, tongue tags and collar linings in an asymmetrical manner. To echo its gratis-inspired motif, the insoles of these Nike Sportswear kicks print out clearance section-esque “Free.99” labels in fluorescent orange and green.
Down south, the shoes are strung together with crispy white midsoles and treading that is drenched in cantaloupe orange. No release info has been announced by Nike just yet, but expect a launch to occur in the coming months.
For more on the latest footwear, here’s a first look at the Nike Air Max Plus 2 in “Celadon Green”.