This model lessens the negative impact that the footwear industry has on the environment with the use of 20 percent recycled material in its construction. It features a low profile that tapers towards the forefoot, and its slimming colorway accentuates this mold. A subtle “Nike” logo is placed at the top of the shoe, followed by a set of eyelets made from repurposed materials. On the sidewalls is a tonal Swoosh, while gray geometric panels appear on the forefoot and heel. All of these details rest over a white midsole, finished off by a translucent Air sole unit for added comfort and support.
Nike’s Air Max Pre-Day “Black” will be available on May 1, 7 p.m. EST on Nike Japan’s website for ￥15,400 JPY (approximately $142 USD)
In case you missed it, here’s a look at an all-white iteration of the Nike Air Max Pre-Day.