In the early 90s, when more running athletes began to realize that they needed stable kicks to prevent their feet from over-pronating,
Base layers of this running-turned-lifestyle silhouette bear mesh and suede textile panels and overlays mixed in with mesh underlays. The former is shown off through the black overlays across the forefoot, mid-foot and heel overlays which are submerged in gray as well as the Swooshes which are dunked in “Neo Teal”. Bursts of “Infrared” also get seated at the table through the tongues, medial side eye stay and Nike Air branding that is stitched into the heels. Underneath all of that is a breathable mesh layer that is left to a clean white.
Transitioning downwards, the midsoles split between gray and white coloring and manage to work in more lively “Neo Teal” hits which border its translucent Air Unit. Pitch black outsoles bring together its entire design.
If you’re looking to add these to your rotation, you can expect select retailers like Hanon to drop them on March 12 for £115 (approx. $159 USD).
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