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Nike’s Offline “Anti-Sneaker” Is Meant For Doing Nothing

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A product of current times, Nike’s latest innovation — dubbed the “Offline” — pivots far and away from performance to tend to one’s mental health. Effectively created for doing nothing and lounging around, this “anti-sneaker,” as the brand likes to call it, ushers in a mule-inspired design language that filters through the N.354 sub-label’s personal translation.

An experiment in form and function, the offering enables R and R through one core modular, utilitarian feature. The foot bed itself, which hues bright in either neon green or pastel pink, calls attention to the unique drop-in midsole system. Defined as “Sensation 001” and “002,” the two options allows one to pick and choose depending on their mood; the latter insert proffers a massage-like experience through a number of mindfully placed nubs while its complement adds a more widespread pattern that allows for all day wear. Foam padded tongues then outfit the forefoot’s exterior, cushioning below the fastening strap.

Grab a detailed look at both the grey and black colorways here and sit tight as we await their Nike SNKRS release on August 28th.

In other news, the Medicom Toy Dunk Low releases August 22nd worldwide.

Nike Offline
Release Date: August 28th, 2020
$120 USD
Style Code: CJ0693-001 (Vast Grey)/CJ0693-002 (Black Menta)

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