Toeboxes, quarters and collars are done up in gold leather, while mudguards, eyestays, Swooshes, and heels serve up contrast with a rich red shade. Nylon tongues are presented in gold, and embellished with red trim, tongue badges and laces. More Nike branding is embroidered on the heel in gold and stamped on the insole in a divergent infrared. Down below, white midsoles work with red outsoles to round off the look.
USC detractors — read: UCLA fans — will likely deride this Nike Sportswear release as a McDonald’s sneaker, but Trojan alumni and fans are sure to love its vivid two-tone build. At the time of writing, an official release date for the “Midas Gold” has yet to be announced. However, it’ll likely hit shelves later this fall for $100 USD.
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