This Nike Air Max 95 Air Sprung repletes with many a different interpretation, the pack and its Spring-appropriate elements.This sneaker features a mix of linen and tumbled fleece. The top of the sneaker starts at an eggshell color and moves it way through shades of apricot, grey, and purple. The toe cap is finished with apricot fleece while the laces stand out in purple. Nike’s signature AIR unit gets coated in teal, which matches the Nike Swoosh just below the ankle lining. To complete the look, the sneaker is finished with Springtime details such as caterpillar and butterfly motifs, as well as a mushroom plate on the outsole.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low has accomplished a lot since launching in the early 1980s. Ahead of 2022, Bruce Kilgore’s iconic design has emerged in spring-ready ensembles as part of the “Air Sprung” collection. Though it’s well-loved, the fairly ugly Space Hippie linage didn’t really get Nike’s sustainable series off to a pretty start. Its follow-up Move to Zero Air Maxes and Air Force 1s were pretty heavy on gritty grind rubbers, too, but more recently we’ve seen some Dunks, Air Max 97s, and more appear in a more recognizable fashion. This next-up Air Force 1 Next Nature “Flower Power” continues that trend and then some, delivering a sleek and decorative design that’s both easy on the eye and almost unrecognizable as a recycled release.
For Nike Shoes,A muted purple overtakes most of the Nike Air Force 1‘s upper, allowing for profile swooshes and Achilles’ heel panels to indulge in stark “Bone”-reminiscent contrast. As with other entries into the springtime-inspired capsule, the latest style features images of butterflies and caterpillars at its profiles; the former critters are also stamped onto the sock-liners. Underfoot, the pink tongue-donning sneakers boast a slightly-yellowed sole unit, further allowing the lilac-like tone up top to steal the spotlight.The champion feature of the pair is the pastel-popped flower and butterfly heel patches, the latter reappearing again on the insoles above Nike’s Move to Zero Pinwheel motif to complete the design.
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