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On the left foot, the bootie is executed with a Tech Fleece material, features the icy blue heel counters from its “Unholy Cumulus” makeup, cages from its “Shady Milkman” offering and interior linings pulled from its “Orange Monk” iteration. Additionally, the side features yellow and black color-blocking on its outsoles which are symbolic of its “Brutal Honey” installment. On the right foot, the lightning patterns from its “Trouble at Home” variant decorate the toe boxes and its teal and yellow tongues and liners speak to the “Australia” colorway. Inside the shoes, the insole branding splits between a “20” logo on the left side and an “L” insignia on the right.
Check out more images of the pair above, and note that these should be releasing via Nike in the coming weeks for $130 USD.
Elsewhere in sneaker news, Travis Scott recently teased a Solefly x Air Jordan 1 Low collaboration.