Like its predecessor, it’s the 90s retro hiking-inspired tones that give the kicks its appeal. Most of the upper build is done up with a smooth suede material that primarily alternates between black finishes that are thrown onto the toe boxes, quarters and collars and “Red Plum” accents that appear on the overlays. The Swooshes and the Nike SB branding that shows face on the tongues are dialed to a cool “Citron” hue while the Nike lettering on the rear end is splashed with a “Taxi” orange color. Black speckled wallpaper decorates the midsoles to further echo its outdoor theme, and comes backdropped with a crisp white. The treading down under brings together its entire design with an all-black outer.
There’s no official word as to when Nike SNKRS will be dropping these yet, but it’s likely that they could drop in the coming months for $100 USD.
For other sneaker-related news, first images of the Quartersnacks x Nike SB Dunk Low “Zebra” have emerged.