Take a First Look at the Nike Air More Uptempo Slides

Arriving this Fall.

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Nike continues to expand its range of footwear offerings with the latest addition to its Air More Uptempo lineup. While this time around, it is not a basketball shoe, the newest iteration pays homage to one of basketball’s greatest.

A pair of the Nike Air More Uptempo Slides have surfaced in a classic black and white hue. The color scheme gives a nod to NBA veteran Scottie Pippen‘s “OG” Air More Uptempo colorway. The slide is comfort-focused and features a black nubuck base with its signature “AIR” bubble letter outlined in white. The slides also include the Swooshes that are visible on the top and on the Air bubbles on underfoot.

Take a look above at the official photos of the Nike Air More Uptempo Slide “OG” set to release in the coming weeks in select retailers and on Nike.

Elsewhere in footwear, take a first look at the Nike Dunk Low “Beetroot.”

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