Take a First Look at Nike's Air More Uptempo "Animal"

The silhouette adapts to a prehistoric construction with an exotic mix of patterns.

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The trend of animal prints continues to reign supreme as Nike accents the Air More Uptempo with an arrangement of textures and patterns. Previous silhouettes such as the Air Jordan 11 “Animal Instincts” and Dunk Low Premium “Animal” have taken on the exotic aesthetic with animal patterned overlays. In recent years, collaborations have also opted for similar formats such as the WACKO MARIA leopard-printed Janoski and atmos’ Air Max 1 “Animal 3.0” capsule.

Thanks to Kicksdong, we get a peek at the upcoming installment which calls to mind the Dunk Low “Safari Mix” with a variety of prints stitched together. Overlay prints in dinosaur, zebra and cheetah-like patterns spell out the iconic lateral “AIR” over a white tumble leather base. Chunky round eyelets pull together black laces over a matching tongue while branding elements are done in red. Completing the rustic safari look is the Bone hued midsole and outsole which houses a red Air unit peeping out from the heel.

Look out for the Nike Air More Uptempo “Animal” to release sometime this Fall 2022 through select retailers and via Nike’s website.

For more drops to note in your calendar, take a closer look at the A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 12 “Black.”

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