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Nike Continues The Lifestyle Revival Of The Caged Zoom Spiridon With “Saffron Quartz”

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It appears that the Swoosh has been showing a clear fondness of their archives recently as this year has delivered news to the the sneaker community of the return of a couple of their early ’00 lifestyle runners. Not even two weeks ago we learned that the Air Max Tailwind V is gearing up to see a retro release for the first time ever, and now, Beaverton is calling upon their 2003 catalog to revive the Zoom Spiridon Caged model. The latter which was originally designed by Steven Smith – the iconic sneaker designer now employed by the Yeezy team – looks to make its introduction to this generation with vibrant personalities. After showing out in a “Pistachio Frost” iteration only yesterday, the aggressively-designed silhouette is adding another brighter-toned option to its release calendar in “Saffron Quartz”. Bases which mix between perforated leathers, synthetics and suede overlays, see through to a potent yellow, and involve subtle hits of silvery shimmer through its branded areas. The intricately cut midsole piece lies mostly in an angelic white, but expands upon its vibrant energy with a rear Zoom units housed in volt coatings. See a close look here below, and expect these to drop on Nike.com and at select retailers in the near future for $140.

If Air Max cushioning is your preference, the Air Max 90 recently emerged in a retro-style “Vast Grey/Pink” colorway.

Nike Zoom Spiridon Caged
$140
Color: Saffron Quartz/Metallic Silver
Style Code: CW5376-300