For this new makeup, the Nike design team makes heavy use of grayscale hues to form a majority of its base layer, which in turn paves the way for the louder accents to steal the show. Mesh layers, along with the leather heel overlays are done up in a crisp white while the forefoot overlays and heel molds are whipped up in “Photo Dust”. 90s-esque accents of “Hyper Pink” and “Turbo Green” pop out in various sections of the upper, the former applying to the Swooshes and tongues while the latter hugs the quarter panel’s overlays. Small notes of purple also come into play by touching down on the eye stays and tongue’s Nike Air branding. Moreover, the molds that border the exposed Air units alternate between purple on the lateral side and pink on the medial.
You can expect retailers like Asphalt Gold to launch these come May 15 for €129 (approx. $155 USD).
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