Blue And Mint Adhere To The Nike Zoom GT Cut 2

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Nike’s Run, Jump and Cut series has become the baseline heartbeat for the Beaverton brand’s on-court lineup. Leading the way is the Nike Zoom GT Cut 2, which recently appeared in a collection of multi-color hues signaling the close of summer.

The diversely knit upper continues to allow for a number of unique compositions, seen here fusing cobalt blue hues with hits of white stitching. Working its way up the perforated heel tab, the latter tint receives a lightened juxtaposition at the mint-treated tongue, inner lining, laces and serrated heel counter. Clarifying hits of black illuminate the pair’s branded embellishments at the mid-foot Swoosh and tongue logo while seldom hits of lava glow strike up the hidden quarter and heel for a lively conclusion to the eccentric color blocking.

Enjoy a detailed look at the Nike Zoom GT Cut 2 “Teal/Blue” below as we await further release details.

For more on-court toolings, check out the recently unveiled Tatum 1 “Pure Money”.


UPDATE (07/28/2023):
The shoes are now available on Nike.com.

Nike Zoom GT Cut 2

SKU: DJ6015-404
RELEASE DATE: Jul 28, 2023

US 07/28/2023 Friday

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