Naomi Osaka Heads To NY With The Nike Air Zoom GP Turbo “US Open”

feature image

From opening up conversations about athletes’ mental health to launching her own skincare line, tennis superstar Naomi Osaka has been making plenty of headlines recently. The 23-year-old will continue to be a hot topic with the US Open commencing on August 30th. As we await her performance, Osaka has dropped a “US Open” colorway of her NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo that fittingly features travel-related graphics.

The fun design reflects her bold sense of fashion by covering the uppers in acid-wash denim. Black leather lacestays and Swooshes further add a luxe, street-style touch to the Zoom Air-cushioned silhouette. On the lateral side, a “NY” patch represents the location of the 2021 US Open. A Japanese flag is also present to represent her heritage—a common theme amongst Osaka’s footwear. The style continues to embrace her roots by adding a Haitian flag to the medial side. A gold chain lace dubrae completes this grand slam of a design, which refuses to compromise performance for style.

Enjoy official images of the NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo below, which is available now at Nike.com for $150.

For more by the Swoosh, check out the Nike Blazer Mid inspired by Mexican professional wrestling.


Naomi Osaka x Nike Air Zoom GP Turbo "US Open"

SKU: DC9164-100
RELEASE DATE: Aug 23, 2021

US 08/23/2021 Monday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

Latest News

LaMelo Ball Closes Out The Year With PUMA MB.03 "Blue Hive"

As one of the most charismatic personalities in the NBA, LaMelo Ball has provided PUMA’s basketball banner with an extensive amount of inspirational colorways. Expanding...

by Jared Ebanks 7 hours

Shades Of Blue Take Over This Kid's Nike Dunk Low

Despite not being included in the original Be True To Your School collection, the University of North Carolina has dominated the sneaker ecosystem with an...

by Jared Ebanks 7 hours

Nike's Unreleased "Cool Out" Concept Meant To Help With Post-Game Recovery

Since joining Instagram this past summer, legendary Nike sneaker designer Aaron Cooper has routinely dropped nuggets of knowledge across the ecosystem. From revealing the false...

by Jared Ebanks 8 hours
More News