With a growing international presence,
For the Cortez, it rocks a brown that is darker than the hue found on the other silhouettes. This chocolate flavor covers the leather and suede upper with off-white chiming in at the Swooshes, tongue, lining and sole unit. The tongue tag showcases typical Nike branding while the heel tabs carry “Hangul Day”-themed hits that go with the sockliner graphics to complete the pair.
Despite revealing the four aforementioned “Hangul Day”-themed colorways, no release details have been shared by Nike regarding the capsule. Look for this version of the Cortez and its accompanying looks to land on shelves in Asia via Nike and select retailers this October with a global launch to follow afterwards.
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