Following the release of commemorative Air Max 97s,
The upcoming pairs are dressed predominately in “Racer Blue” and “Game Royal” hues across the pre-distressed flyknit uppers. The colors along with dashes of yellow and “Safety Orange” reference Rudy’s iconic “Nike Air” California license plate. Branding on the tongue and heel tab arrives in a digital dotted font and insoles feature mismatched blueprint graphics. Rounding out the look are pressure gauge hangtags and the Scorpion’s signature thick wavy sole units featuring “Est. 2022” print.
Take an official look at the Nike Air Max Scorpion “Frank Rudy” above and look for the pairs to release in the coming weeks via Nike and select retailers for $250 USD.
Elsewhere in footwear, Billie Eilish x Nike Air Force 1 Low surfaces in “White.”