As has been the case with all Vomero 5s since 2022, this latest pair features “Bowerman Series” branding on the insoles, a nod to Nike‘s co-founder Bill Bowerman, who was Phil Knight‘s track coach and responsible for designs like the Nike Cortez. With the Zoom Vomero 5 having strong running roots, it makes sense that it would be placed in the Bowerman Series.
This particular example features design elements including rough suede, synthetic leather panels with reflective elements, TPU cages and close-knit technical mesh. While primarily made up of “Light Bone” the pair does feature subtle hits of “Medium” and “Neutral Olive,” expressed through the Swoosh logos, laces, tongues, liners and outsole treads.
Retail for the pair is expected to be $160 USD with an exact release date yet to be announced at the time of writing. For more updates, keep an eye on Nike’s official channels.
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