We’ve seen this palette on various Nike models in the past such as the quarantine-friendly Offline Sandal and the Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit from 2016, but this makeup also ushers in more neutral-toned color-blocking. Its titular shade enhances its canvas toe boxes and quarter panels as well as its premium leather straps. Neighboring these minty elements are “Grey Fog” accents that touch down on the overlays along with angelic finishes that drop off on the tongues and Swooshes. Below all of that, the midsoles and outsoles alike are covered in a creamy coating. Furthermore, the insoles deviate from the traditional Nike Air branding and bring in a “Certified Fresh” stamp.
It’s still unclear when these will be in stock on Nike’s website, but it’s likely that these could be arriving in the near future.
For other sneaker-related news, a Dunk Low “Magma Orange” colorway has surfaced.