The palette here adheres to a simple-yet-clean yin-and-yang motif as a the toe boxes, quarters, collars and tongues are done up in a muted white, while the tumbled leather Swooshes, overlays and ankle straps are given a black paint job. Instead of the traditional Nike branding that drops off on the straps and tongues, Stüssy reworks these areas with its cities logo on the former and an embroidered text hit on the latter. Additionally, the west coat brand’s SS logo arrives in perforated form on the toe boxes and atop metal badges on the heels.
Moreover, the shoes will come housed in a white and red shoe box that comes with special printed tissue paper. No release date has been announced just yet, but you can likely expect Stüssy and Nike to launch these sometime in 2022.
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