Forever associated with former tennis legend Andre Agassi, the Nike Air Tech Challenge has been a silhouette of influence across various other Nike models for its signature paint splatter pattern. After recently inspiring the Air Force 1 Low as well as the Nike Tech Challenge 20, the graphics are now making their way onto a whole new Swoosh silhouette made for tennis athletes entitled the NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo.
Sporting a low-profile construction, this court-ready sneaker forms its upper with a translucent textile build that is decorated with a sizable Swoosh logo on the lateral forefoot and is offset with a leather overlay constructed with multiple slits on the medial side. In regards to the aforementioned paint decor, they land on each side of the heels, and color-coordinate with the underlying DIY-like cut-out graphics pasted on these “White/Solar Red” and “White/Laser Fuschia” variations for men and women. Down below, the Zoom-loaded midsoles are structured with semi-circle molds at the mid-foot, and chevron treading for added traction. Grab a closer look here, and find these available now on Nike.com for $140 a piece.
For other news, images of a yellow and white Nike Dunk Low have recently emerged.
NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo
Color: White/Hot Lime/Neo Turquoise/Solar Red
Style Code: CK7513-101 (Men’s)
Color: White/Sapphire/Hot Lime/Laser Fuchsia
Style Code: CK7580-101 (Women’s)
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