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The Women’s Nike Air Max Genome Appears In “Barely Rose”

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The Nike Air Max Genome, one of the latest Max Air propositions by the Swoosh, has been seen in a number of greyscale-based offerings. An upcoming women’s exclusive breaks away from the pattern to indulge in pink, “Barely Rose” uppers for a last-minute, spring-ready style.

The aforementioned shade makes up for most of the pair’s design, with the exception of the cage-like overlays on the tope and at the midfoot exhibiting a slightly darker, “Pink Oxford” shade to maintain a tonal look. Swooshes such as the one found on the lateral side, the medial side’s mini embroidered Swoosh, as well as the TPU logo on the tongue are all in a contrasting white. White also colors the midsole, which includes a clear, full-length Air unit. Barely Rose returns to the outsole—which is constructed of recycled materials—to round out the look.

Get a closer look at the Air Max Genome below before it arrives at the listed retailers in the coming months with a price tag of $170.

In other news under the Nike umbrella, the Air Force 1 Craft is getting a “Dark Chocolate” makeover.

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Nike Air Max Genome
Release Date: 2021
Color: Barely Rose/Pink Oxford/White/Summit White
Womens: $170 Style Code: DJ3893-600

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