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This Women’s Air Max Genome Ditches Its Debut Brights For Soft Pastels

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With ’00s trends making a comeback, the release of the 2000s-inspired Nike Air Max Genome was well-timed, having dropped this month. To follow up on the “Bright Mango” offering, the Max Air model goes unexpectedly soft with pastel green and pink accents.

This women’s exclusive is clad in a wholly white mesh base, unlike the debut pair’s black and grey makeup. The mesh tongue label adopts a light green hue dubbed Barely Green, while the heel tab loop exhibits a hint of Arctic Punch. These shades meet again on the lateral side’s Swoosh, in which a pink overlay peeks from underneath the green Swoosh stitched atop. As for the full-length Air unit composing the midsole, the pastels are found underfoot once again to finish this eye-pleasing, trendy design.

Get a closer look at the Air Max Genome below as you wait for the pair to arrive at Nike.com in the coming months with a price tag of $140.

For more by the Swoosh, check out this plant dye-themed Nike Daybreak.

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Nike Air Max Genome
Release Date: 2022
Color: White/Barely Green-Arctic Punch
Womens: $140 Style Code: DJ1547-100

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