The shoe features a sleek, low retro build and embodies a minimal design. A white and orange “Nike” tag is placed over the shoe’s vintage tongue that exposes part of its foam. On the heel tab is another “Nike” logo that’s been subtly outlined with thin top-stitching. Suede panels appear at the eyelets, rear quarter and toecap, while the shoe’s nylon sidewalls sport a furry Swoosh. All of these details rest over a sleek white midsole, accompanied by a thin treaded outsole for added traction.
Nike’s Waffle Trainer 2 “Light Ash” and “Mountain White” are currently available on Nike China’s website for ¥700 RMB (approximately $107 USD).
In case you missed it, Nike’s Air Force 1 Low “Acorn” is making a return after nearly two decades.