The upcoming pairs feature a gridded basketball net graphic across the black mesh uppers. A fluid cage runs over top and textured leather overlays arrive towards the heel and above the midsole. Scaling 3M reflective accents run from the top of the toes to the tongues, which display mismatched “9” and “3” numerals, a potential callout to the year in which the French National Basketball Team faced off against the Nike All-Stars in 1993.
Hexagonal Nike Air tongue tags display the french flag, and heel tags show the silhouette’s signature “Tn Air” table of elements logo. The sole unit below features red and blue cushioning peeking through the clear Air units and silver metallic highlights accent the midfoot to complete the special-edition pairs.
Take a scroll look at the images above, and expect the Nike Air Max Plus “France” to arrive in the coming weeks at Nike’s website and select retailers for $180 USD.
Elsewhere in footwear, Nike’s Air Force 1 Low arrives with pearl studs.