Sporting a predominantly Wolf Grey colorway, the defining tone is evident across its upper and midsole unit, while a darker shade is applied on the inner lining, tongue, collar section and laces to create an understated theme.
A clean white outsole unit perfectly offsets the palette, as touches of blue grace the tongue to provide subtle contrasting elements. In addition, a crackled motif adorns the Swoosh branding.
Priced at $120 you can purchase a pair at select Nike retailers nationwide now.
I’m generally a fan of the silhouette. In this colorway, it’s pretty versatile and I’m just biased towards the finish. It’s a solid options for die-hard fans of the shoe.
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