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The Nike Crater Impact Appears With Original Space Hippie Blue Soles

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As NIKE, Inc. continues its “Move to Zero” campaign, the sportswear behemoth has gradually introduced new propositions constructed using upcycled materials. Among them, the new Nike Crater Impact, which has recently emerged in a “Light Bone/Black/Stone/Volt” colorway complete with light chambray midsoles.

At a glance, the silhouette resembles previous casual options from the Swoosh, and while it likely wasn’t intended for high-impact activity, the latest model boasts a more robust construction than some predecessors. Canvas reinforces the tongue’s immediate sides, and also appears on the spine. The lightweight mesh material that makes up most of the upper is complemented by synthetic and fabric overlays throughout the midfoot, which further deliver stability to the lifestyle sneaker. Underfoot, Crater Foam features a partially-sculpted design while simultaneously donning the same tone found throughout most of the original Space Hippie shoes.

Official release details are still unknown for this Crater Impact, but a Nike.com launch is likely to occur before summer. In the meantime, enjoy images of the pair here below.

For more from the Swoosh, check out the women’s Air Force 1 Shadow.

Where to Buy

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Nike Crater Impact
Release Date: 2021
Color: Light Bone/Black/Stone/Volt
Mens: $110 Style Code: DB2477-010

North America2021


Images: Nike