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For this new makeup, the “King of K-pop” elects to go with a tuxedo-esque arrangement, a more bold makeover in comparison to his inaugural Kwondo 1 iteration. The base is dialed to a crisp white while the leather overlays, Swooshes, thick lace shrouds, bottoms and wing tip toe boxes contrast with a solid black hue. Branding carries over from the first release as the aforementioned shrouds split between a Nike Sportswear logo on the right shoe and a PEACEMINUSONE hit on the left. Floral icons are also embroidered into the heels.
No release date has been announced for this pair just yet, but it’s likely that Nike will be dropping these in the coming months for $180 USD.
For other sneaker-related news, Tom Sach’s NikeCraft “General Purpose Shoe” is dropping again on August 5.