Most of the shoe is made with crisp white full-grain leather, complemented by tonal stitching around the body and perforations at the toe box. Green-colored “NIKE” branding appears at the tongue and heel, while a green Swoosh is placed over the sidewalls. All of these details rest over a milky-white midsole that comes with a translucent full-length Air sole unit and a bold “AIR” heel insert.
No official details have been released, but Nike’s Air Total Max Uptempo “White/Green” is expected to land on Nike’s website soon for $170 USD.
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