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Traditional leather materials are highlighted on these low-cut kicks atop the forefoot, toe boxes and Swooshes, all of which are dressed in all-white. Laces, mesh tongues and interior lining also follow suit with the same surface color. From there, it’s the silver paneling that gank the show as the quarter panels, heel overlays, lateral and medial rear sections are all accessorized with metallic silver finishes. The first two mentioned deviate with encrusted texture, while the latter skews to the smoother side. More silver notes are exhibited through the lace dubraes, debossed tongue branding and the heel’s Nike Air lettering.
Piled down below is the usual Air-branded midsole segment and tread which both are outfitted in white completely.
Want more Nike news? The Air Max Tailwind V is dropping soon in a sporty “White/Midnight Navy” colorway.