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The Nike Air Max Triax 96 Retro Skews Toward More OG-Style Colorways

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The Nike Air Max Triax 96, which has stayed relatively quiet since its comeback, is only now getting the attention it deserves, playing a large role in the 6-part Doernbecher Freestyle while also keeping fans happy with its own run of general releases. Close to OG but not quite, the 2019 iterations of the pair keep the uppers clean for the most part with a preference for neutrals almost all around; its latest, which follows this mindset wholeheartedly, is a display of monochromatic colors in contrast to the first’s sultry purples. Where this tone lied, a simple, lightened grey takes form, seeing to much of the underlying mesh constructions while also adding contrast to the patched swoosh at the side as well as the suedes of the heel counter. Webbing crossed over as well as the panelling towards the forefoot dose in noteworthy contrast by way of a back hit, which lies underneath smooth white toe caps and and eye stays. Grab a good look at the model’s newest just right below and find it rolling out to select retailers and Nike.com soon.

Nike Air Max Triax 96
Color: White/Particle Grey-Black-Volt
Style Code: CD2053-104