March 14th, 2014 by Brendan Dunne
We’re used to seeing Nike Solarsoft technology show up up on lower hitting sneakers – a good load of those being the cozy, slip on styles. That look isn’t exclusive to that group though, as evidenced by the Nike Solarsoft Costa High pictured here. The Cost High extends up the ankle with a cut-out shape that seems to implicitly reference the bit of latent Huarache heritage involved with this bootie-outfitted design. Continue reading to see both the black and blue colorways of the shoes and remember that they’re already available at overseas spots like Caliroots.
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February 6th, 2014 by Patrick Johnson
Last year, the Nike Solarsoft Moccasin made some noise carving out a niche somewhere in between the instant-classic aesthetic of the Nike Roshe Run and the lowtop tendencies of the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski. If you were a fan of that shoe (who wasn’t with a price tag of around $65?) then you might want to turn your attention to this Nike Solarsoft Costa Low. The silhouette features a similarly sleek design but strays away from the Moccasin iteration with a seamless upper that features a bevy of perforations for a shoe that should be perfect for the hotter months, especially in this vibrant light crimson and white colorway. View more images of this brand new Nike Solarsoft Costa Low after the click and know that you can grab your pair today via Concepts.
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