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The Nike Air Max 98 Goes Inside Out With Tan And Red Hues

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With the influx of adventurous toolings, it’s clear that Nike has put on their scientist hat and refuses to be removed from their quite wild and almost maniacal experimental approaches. With inside-out ray guns beaming onto icons from the wealth of the swoosh inventory, it’s the Air Max 98 that is the latest to don its deconstructive motifs. Following the more neutral rendition unveiled just yesterday, the latest is in greater departure with earth tones and sultry red hits calling to the ever-notable Tom Sachs collaborated Mars Yard. Mudguards in tan suede are arguably the most standard relative to the original while the once intricate layers flip to reveal a somewhat netted construction with top line mesh coming detailed by the opposite sides of embroidery. Laces stay a flat black and size tags are boldly stitched onto the tongue, finishing off what may be the most clear in its direction. Grab a peek at the pair right below and expect to find it at select retailers and Nike.com soon.

Nike Air Max 98
Style Code: AO9380-003

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