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Nike Made An Air Max 270 Bowfin For Campers

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In this current day and age, you’d be hard-pressed to find a brand not fully immersed in the camping lifestyle as even Nike has begun giving other silhouettes the patented ACG treatment. Worn and aged well since its introduction, the Air Max 270 Bowfin has seen a wealth of brand new colorways both vibrant and neutral, doing away with the standard formula of the original silhouette with hits webbing strewn across its profile and sole units upgraded with a slightly rippled tread. Further leaning on its trail-inspired legs, the pair is now donning a colorway that is bashfully vibrant in some of the richest earth tones. Lower halves, which swap between a smooth leather and a fleece-like textile, add a cooling element to the overall palette, preferring deep aqua or faded blues, respectively. Just adjacent, a yellow tinted mesh fills the base layer, wrapped by the aforementioned straps of burgundy and overlaid by a toe cap of seemingly woven textile. Toggle laces match the bottom in its almost brown, almost black shade, leaving branding accents — whose usage as sparing — to find their place at the standard spots in compliment. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it available now at Nike.com.

Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin
Color: Celestial Gold/Blue Force/Geode Teal/Noble Red
Style Code: CT1196-200

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