One feature of this silhouette that stands out is its Tuned Air technology, a stabilizing TPU system offering optimal responsiveness and balance. As a nod to this, a rubber “Tn Air” logo is placed at the top of the tongue, complemented by black laces, black upper quarters and a mesh body featuring a green-orange digi-camo pattern. A lime green mini-Swoosh is placed over the sidewalls, while “Tuned Air” branding appears at the forefoot. All of these details rest over Nike Air sole bubbles, underscored by a speckled Nike Grind outsole.
No official details for this iteration of Nike’s Air Max Plus 3 have been released, but the colorway is expected to land soon on Nike’s website for $190.
In case you missed it, here’s a look at Nike’s Air Max Plus 3 “Topography.”