Carrying over a familiar structure with its upper, the Air Max Scorpion favors a Flyknit build that is supported by its oversized, Air-infused sole unit. “Wheat” color detailing involves various shades of golden brown covering the entire shoe. The semi-translucent midsole rests atop a rubber outsole that is accented by hits of green at the forefoot and heel. Beyond that, the color palette is further broadened with a chocolate brown hitting branding elements such as the Swooshes, the tongue’s Air Max callout and the Sunburst logo on the sockliner.
The Swoosh has yet to announce a release date for the Air Max Scorpion “Wheat.” However, look for it to release in women’s sizing later this year via Nike and select retailers.
In other footwear news, Nike has shared an official look at Elena Delle Donne’s signature shoe, the Nike Air Deldon.