The upper and mid-sole are dressed in sail with solid white contrasts on the insole, lining, laces, heel tab, and outsole. Hangul text spelling out “Just Do It” in thick embroidery covers the toe box and quarter panels. The traditional Korean color spectrum known as Obangsaek (meaning five-orientation-color) is seen on the heel strip, tongue tab logo, Swoosh logo stitching, and sprinkled throughout the embroidery.
Though the release date for this shoe has yet to be announced, it’s rumored the model may drop during Hangul Day (October 9), celebrating the invention of the Korean alphabet.
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