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The Nike Ghoswift, Part Of The D/MS/X Collection, Is A Futuristic Ghost Racer

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Growing in number by the day, Nike’s D/MS/X collection recruits yet another silhouette that is futuristic by design though informed by the past stylistically. A sort of dichotomous approach, the model — dubbed the Ghoswift — is ostensibly a far off descendent of the Ghost Racer with many a design element borrowed and then thrown right back onto the cutting room floor. Taking notes from London’s 90s rave culture, puffed prints take up seat across the entire outward construction: these grids, in connection to the flashing lights and psychedelic-induced visuals, warp around from toe to heel in various formations, accented only by strong notes of yellow at the lining, tread, and shrouded inners. These are, for the most part, more ordinary, departing from its inspirations only in its interpretation of standard overlays, one fueled by performance taping instead of its usual smooth leathers. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it rolling out to select retailers and Nike.com right now.

Nike D/MS/X Ghoswift
Available
$100
Color: White/Black/Dynamic Yellow/White
Style Code: BQ5108-100

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