Nike Unveils Neon-Filled Waffle One Colorway

Bright tones just in time for the summer.

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Following a “Summer of Sports” pack with Olympic-inspired cues, Nike brings back the beloved Waffle One silhouette for a bright and bold multi-toned option. The futuristic low-top is now outfitted with neon tones across its sharp-looking exterior.

Highlights include hot pink ultra fine mesh across the upper with royal bue hits on the suede lace stays and overlays. Bright gold is also served up in the dynamic execution as it appears on the leather profile Swooshes. Rounding out the neon hues is a white midsole.

Peep the latest and seemingly brightest Waffle One color way above which will be available to purchase on Nike’s website in the coming weeks for $100 USD a pair.

Elsewhere in footwear, check out latest Sole Mates feature with Anna Bediones discussing her love for the Air Jordan 11.

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