The Nike N.354 Drop Type LX Returns In New Black Shade

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Nike’s prototyping sub-series, N.354, goes one notch deeper with its first set triumphantly out of the way; showing off mostly white schemes of some of their reconstructed icons at its debut, the experimental division is now entering its second wave with official glimpses at their Drop Type LX in “Black Shade.” Though its modifications are just slightly less visible, the darkly tinted paneling and synthetics constructions have never been so versatile; black toe caps a la the All Court shine in its slight gloss while overlaid panelling across the profile’s forefoot and eye stay stick to a much flatter nubuck texture. Synthetic nylon adds in a mostly untouched base layer — with pink etching in small font spelling out the line-up to which it belongs — with matching leather heel backings sitting just right above the additionally attached midsole. Tongues expose dark colored foam with swoosh logos aligning with the penciled theme, finishing a welcome follow-up to the first’s much brighter presentation. Grab a peek at the pair right below and find it hitting the select retailers below as well as Nike.com on July 26th.

Nike N.354 Drop Type LX “Black Shade”
Release Date: July 26th, 2019
Style Code: AV6697-001

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