Detailed Look at the Nike Air Ship "Pine Green"

Set to drop in 2023.

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Since Nike reintroduced the Air Ship back in 2020 through its “New Beginnings” Pack, the silhouette has extended its catalog at a rather steady pace. We recently saw James Whitner and his team over at A Ma Maniére reimagine the model and push out a limited amount of pairs, and now it’s being brought back to our attention for its upcoming “Pine Green” colorway.

Like its predecessors, this impending iteration comes fitted with a two-toned presentation. A majority of the smooth leather upper is formulated with a crispy white hue while “Pine Green” pops are tossed onto the Swooshes and collars. Branding is found in the form Nike Air hits that appear in green font on the tongues and angelic finishes on the heels. Down below, the midsoles also come with a colorless aesthetic while the treading is fitted with its titular shade.

Detailed images of the pair can be viewed in the gallery above, and you can expect to see these hit the market in 2023.

Elsewhere in the sneaker world, early images of the Air Jordan 1 “True Blue” have surfaced.

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