This quintessential Nike colorway has never appeared on the mule in either the first or second iteration. Here, it works well to liven up some of the more technical details found on the Offline 2.0, giving them a fresher look than the aforementioned black pair.
So as for details, you’ll find a “Bone” mesh covering on the top where a crisscrossed rope lace design is harnessed by “Barely Volt” eyelets, and black Swoosh emblems contrast the bright tones. Engineered mesh in white follows this, before “Bone” suede has been used on the mid-panel section where another black Swoosh can be found.
As for the sole, Nike splits it between “Bone” at the grooved and branded toe bumper, “Barely Volt” in the mid-section, and cork at the rear, which is a new touch found on the Offline 2.0.
The Nike Offline 2.0 in “Bone” seen above can be purchased on Nice Kicks’ website for $120 USD, but be quick as sizes are selling out fast.
For more summer sandal action, the adidas YEEZY SLIDE is rumored to be dropping in “Glow Green.”