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The design is extremely similar to the aforementioned women’s high cut pair that released back in May 2021, but it features a subtle difference in its branding that allows it to stand on its own. Instead of a tiny hint of red that landed on the tongue’s branding, Nike kept the Nike Air hit on this pair to black font to stay in line with the overall look. The versatile pair sees its smooth leather overlays, laces and Swooshes completely submerged in black while the toe boxes, tongues, and collars balance its yin and yang look with white.
Interested in copping? These are scheduled to release via Nike come January 27 for $115 USD. You can peep a gallery of official images up above.
For other footwear-related news, check out a closer look at the upcoming Nike Air Trainer 1 Utility “Light Smoke Grey” and “Dark Smoke Grey” colorways.