Nike Presents the Zoom Vomero 5 in a Contrast-Heavy Black and White

Another versatile finish for the lifestyle staple.

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Entering the third calendar year of Nike backing the Zoom Vomero 5 as a go-to in its lifestyle catalog, only time will tell if it’s finally presented again to some of the brand’s collaborators. Thus far, it’s been equipped with various in-line color arrangements and themes, often favoring trendy palettes. In continuation of this, the brand has just presented its latest look on the runner — equipping it with plenty of contrast courtesy of its black and white detailing.

In typical Zoom Vomero 5 fashion, the sneaker utilizes a loose gauge mesh at its base, opting for a blank white finish. Resting atop this, its overlays revisit the shoe’s signature linework in an almost-white hue. From there, black enlivens its Swooshes on each side, including the heel, while also adorning the midfoot and heel cages as well. Supporting the sneaker, the Zoom-backed cushioning is enclosed with the sole unit that combines a white midsole with a partially-black outsole.

At the time of writing, the Swoosh has not shared its release plans for this black and white colorway of the Zoom Vomero 5. If you’re looking to cop a pair, be sure to stay tuned as we expect it to land on shelves in the coming months via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a starting price of $160 USD.

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