Soothing Sail And Tan Cover The Latest Women’s Nike Zoom Vomero 5

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With dad shoe silhouettes at the height of their popularity, The Swoosh has returned the Nike Zoom Vomero 5 from the archives for an overtly expansive revitalization. Perfect for summer strolls and all-day comfort, the 2011 racing solution now enacts its most tonal effort yet.

While harmonic colorways have run rife across the silhouette since its return to shelves last Fall, the pair’s latest women’s-exclusive offering undergoes an entirely clad composition infused with a blend of neutrals. “Sail” based shades treat the near entirety of the model, weaving between the mesh base layer and TPU overlays to the tongue construction and Cushlon midsole. Typical silver metallic accents appear along the tongue loops while a seldom sliver of olive ascertains the heel’s lone Swoosh, breaking up the family of shared hues. Elsewhere, the vertical mid-foot window and trim of the mainstay Check introduce a complimentary hit of tan that nestles into the encapsulated composition.

Enjoy a detailed look at the women’s-exclusive Nike Zoom Vomero 5 “Tan/Sail” below as we await further release details.

In other news, the Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog “Horchata” releases at global retailers on June 28th.


Nike Zoom Vomero 5

SKU: FQ6868-111

US 2024

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Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

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