Nike Air More Uptempo Surfaces in "Phantom"

Neutral-toned pairs for Fall.

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Following the release of a basketball-textured iteration, the Nike Air More Uptempo returns in a soft-toned “Phantom” colorway. Debuted in 1996, the retro silhouette has stood the test of time with its more-is-more aesthetic.

Arriving in its signature makeup, the upcoming pairs arrive in a perforated suede base with leather overlays. Oversized “AIR” panels are sandwiched across the lateral and medial sides while circular rope laces are secured via circular eyelet hooks. Rounding out the look are translucent air bubble windows found across the heel and midsoles and “Sanddrift” speckled outsoles.

Take a closer look at the Nike Air More Uptempo “Phantom” above and find the pairs available now via Nike and select retailers for $160 USD.

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