“Metallic Pewter” Highlights The Latest Nike Zoom Vomero 5

Available now; pick up yours via the "Where To Buy" link below.

“Metallic Pewter” Highlights The Latest Nike Zoom Vomero 5

It doesn’t happen often, but looking at the current state of Swoosh footwear, it feels like the Nike Zoom Vomero 5 is just as much of a driver as classic models like the Nike Dunk Low and Air Force 1. With that power comes great responsibility, i.e., an unending demand for new looks. Even if the just-released “Metallic Pewter” colorway is a fresh look, it utilizes the same design language that made the shoe a consistent sell-out proposition.

Unless this is somehow your first look at the Vomero 5, you’ll know that chrome accents are a mainstay on the retro runner, so the “Metallic Pewter” that runs atop white mesh is far from a surprise. Gold is painted at the midfoot in similar fashion, outlining the Swoosh and anchoring either side of the TPU ribcage. This formulation closes out with contrast periwinkle colors on the outsole, a novel addition that sets this specific colorway apart its peers that rely on many of the same visual cues.

The Nike Zoom Vomero 5 “Metallic Pewter” is available now via Nike.com in extended men’s sizing,  retailing for $160. Use the link under “Where To Buy” just below to get your hands on this shoe.


Nike Zoom Vomero 5

SKU: HJ7247-099
RELEASE DATE: Jun 30, 2024

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