The inaugural pair that released late last year became an instant sell-out and now commands hundreds of dollars on the resell market, with prices only going up for the already costly sneaker. The two you see above are without a doubt going to be no different, especially considering the surprise factor that comes with these relatively un-announced pairs, which weren’t debuted during Nike’s 2020 Future Sport Forum.
Regardless, we now get to have a full look at the soon-coming pairs. The “Triple Black” pair features the same engineered mesh upper as before, coming with ventilation throughout to keep feet cool and looking on-point. Synthetic overlays provide detail to the shoe alongside a lightweight look, but in the “Triple Black” colorway it’s difficult to make out parts such as the Swoosh emblem. However, we can see the lateral-side mid-panel clip in gloss black plastic, the technical toe overlays, and of course, the unmissable Zoom Air-equipped sole unit.
All of these details are accentuated and highlighted with the “Rust Factor” pair. Perhaps the standout among the three that have been made, this pair combines red, orange, cream, black, and yellow tones for an authentic-feeling rusted-out look, and the good looks only get better as the sole unit is treated to an ombré finish.
Matthew M Williams’ Nike Zoom MMW 4 is set to release tomorrow on April 27 at 8 a.m. BST (4 a.m. ET). They’ll retail for $450 USD just like the first pair did, and can be bought at shops such as OneBlockDown.
In case you missed it, check out this week’s Sole Mates installment. This time around, HYPEBEAST speaks with Bodega’s Oliver Mak about the sneaker store’s Dr. Martens 1461 collaboration.