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The Nike M2K Tekno Just Released In The “John Elliott” Colorway

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After the release of the inaugural 3 colorways of the new M2K Tekno earlier this month, Nike is back again with a new orange/blue/white/black iteration of their flagship “dad sneaker.” Unofficially dubbed the “John Elliott” as the colorway was first debuted in the designer’s runway show earlier this year (he’s also worked with Nike on a luxe Vandal and the upcoming LeBron James “Icon” lifestyle sneaker), the shoe fuses elements of Nike’s Air Monarch 1 and 4 to create a bulky look that’s perfectly in line with the current “dad shoe” trend. The white leather upper features a bold orange overlay, while smaller blue overlays on the heel and by the toebox provide extra pops of color. Black detailing arrives on the tongue, lacing system, midfoot swoosh and plastic heel piece, and the retro look is rounded off with a classic white Monarch midsole and black outsole. This new M2K Tekno is available now for £89.99 (or around $120 USD) at EU retailer Offspring.

Nike M2K Tekno
AVAILABLE AT NIKESTORE
£89.99
Color: Summit/Team Orange