The Nike Killshot OG “Beige/Black” Is Available Now

The Nike Killshot OG “Beige/Black” Is Available Now

Since launching in the 1970s, the Nike Killshot has become one of the best-selling sneakers within the casual space thanks in larger part to an exclusive partnership with J. Crew. Although the American retailer still caries the tennis-inspired silhouette, the Swoosh has begun directly selling the model to consumers. In this transition, it’s brought back the original Killshot, seen here in a versatile “Beige/Black” colorway.

Chunkier in shape than the widely-successful Killshot 2, the original model boasts a much more breathable mesh construction. Overlays at the forefoot and heel and along the tongue, however, introduce quality, durable suede into the mix. Profile swooshes and branded rear panels deliver stark contrast with both their leather build and “Black” tone. Underfoot, the 1-to-1 interpretation is completed with an all-white sole unit.

Enjoy a close look at this Killshot here below, and find pairs at select retailers across Europe right now.

For more ’70s options from the Swoosh, check out the latest from the Blazer Mid ’77.

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