The Nike Shox series is a true representation of Nike’s boundary-pushing abilities, providing yet another innovative tooling from the Beaverton archives with a revitalization over the past few months. Throughout the years, the cult-classic Nike Shox TL has proven to be anything but minimalist, except for its latest monochromatic colorway.
In a similar vein as its past few installments, the turn-of-the-century tooling explores a sleek tonal effort infused with chromed-out details across the sole unit’s shock absorbers. Composing a swift off-white mesh base layer, the surrounding TPU panels are treated to a shimmering gradient that stretches upwards across the upper with a “Silver Metallic” fervor. Further chrome contrasts illuminate the heel counter and white trimmed swooshes before completely coating the Shock cushioning system underfoot.
The Nike Shox TL “Chrome” can be seen ahead in detailed imagery as we await further release details.
In other news from the Beaverton brand, the Foamposite “Eggplant” recently surfaced in official images.