When Nike announced the launch of its “Needlework” collection, the footwear specialist introduced the line with a new Dunk Low. Now, the latest addition to the capsule is an understated design with an all-white color scheme. The sneaker has also been constructed in a mix of mesh, suede, and leather, while its layered detailing is complemented with a special “Needlework” application on the lateral Swoosh logos.
Furthermore, the sneaker is also designed with dual pull tabs on the tongue and heel, whereas the laces are hit with a rope-like aesthetic. What’s more, is that an Air unit has been applied to the outsole and cursive branding finishes things off.
You can take a closer look at the new Nike Air Max 90 Futura “Needlework” above and it will be available to shop in the coming months via the official Nike website and with select retailers for $150 USD.
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