As Nike Basketball shows love to many silhouettes from the 1990s, the imprint has revisited newer colorways of these “golden era” models. A “White/Varsity Red” iteration of the Nike Air More Uptempo from 2018 is the latest example to surface, as it heads to retailers in April.
Dubbed “Renowned Rhythm,” the Chicago Bulls-friendly arrangement predominantly applies a clean style across the sneaker’s upper and sole unit. Enlarged “AIR” lettering on the profiles are outlined by stark red contrast, effectively a nod to Scottie Pippen’s on-court flair throughout the ’90s. Swoosh branding across the shoe and the Air Max units underfoot also indulge in “Varsity Red” flavor, which is sure to have this pair sell out quickly upon release.
Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc. empire, the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.4 has recently emerged in a handful of heritage-inspired colorways.
The Nike Air More Uptempo “Renowned Rhythm” is no longer listed on Nike SNKRS as dropping on April 15th, although an April release date is still possible.
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Nike Air More Uptempo "Renowned Rhythm"
Release Date: 2021
Color: White/Varsity Red
Mens: $160 Style Code: N/A