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Nike Grind Takes Over The Exterior Cages On This Air Max Plus

Nike Grind Takes Over The Exterior Cages On This Air Max Plus

The Nike Air Max Plus is the latest silhouette to introduce new sustainability efforts for the brand, having recently surfaced with Nike Grind profile cages.

Traditionally constructed out of TPU, the palm tree-inspired accents across the upper mark the first time the Swoosh has utilized its upcycled scrap material for anything other than the outsole and ornamental detailing on Sean McDowell’s design. The speckled component sits atop a patterned mesh, which boasts a mix of blue, green and orange hues. Neon green animate the profile swooshes, branding on the tongue and sock-liner, and a handful of the accents throughout the sole unit. Yet, the Air Max cushioning-variant forgoes any vibrant makeup in favor of a standard clear and yellow composition.

No release date has been confirmed, but this Air Max Plus is likely to hit Nike.com before summer ends. In any case, enjoy official images of the shoes ahead.

For more visible Air-cushioned sneakers, check out the Air Max 97 “Puerto Rico” set to launch on June 5th.

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