“Safari” Nike Zoom MW Posite
The Nike Zoom MW Posite is one of a bunch more Nike silhouettes on the way that will be wearing the “Safari” dotting. The shoes in question actually make more sense than most as far as that pattern is concerned if you think about the journey of the Mr. Meriwether that they get their name from and the whole safari connotation. But then again, we’re not sure that whoever crafted this Nike ACG release was going that deep in terms of background when it came to be. See the rest of the angles with us after the break and tell us down in the comments if the “Safari” Nike Zoom MW Posite is a pair worth tracking down.
Nike Zoom MW Posite
Style Code: 616215-040
@therealfern Actually the biggest shame is $250 for a boot that's not even waterproof? When I got the camo ones from Oneness I couldn't believe it. Not sure what kind of trails the Nike designer who made these goes on but most I've seen usually has a puddle or substantial body of water.
I returned mine.
Wow and further more most of these designers are from nike headquarters are in Oregon, where it rains all the time, and u would think it would cross there minds, it's a fashion boot
@therealfern same question as above mate:
a. Why does it have a trailframe midsole and outsole?
b. Why were the 2012 Meriweathers waterproof?
Someone was seriously confused about these and instead of learning from 2012's Meriweather's they took a step back. $250 for a non waterproof shoe with a trailframe midsole and outsole? Sounds like this boot can't decide whether it wants to be a foamposite or meriweather.
The Air Force One Duckboot, Arktos, Jordan 6 rings and Lunarridge all kill these and are all under $200. Enough money left over for a veggie sub and gas to get home.
@Made in the 80s Not sure if you're agreeing or making a statement at the end, i guess the importance of punctuation.
a. If this was/is a fashion boot why would it fall under the ACG moniker vs the unbranded NSW?
b. Why does it have a trailframe midsole and outsole?
c. Why were the 2012 Meriweathers waterproof?
The ones ones I returned suggested Nike tried to combine the foamposite's and Meriweather boot. The results? A disastrous $250 failure. They're big and clunky looking on foot my dude. Ain't nothing fashionable about wearing these unless you on the Safari hunting.