Camouflage Prints Cover The Nike GT Cut Cross

Metallic silver accents and oversized branding add appeal.

Camouflage Prints Cover The Nike GT Cut Cross

Now over three years since its inception, Nike Basketball’s “Greater Than” series continues to grow in size and popularity.

As models like the GT Cut 3 and GT Hustle 3 hold down the premium market with advanced tech and demanding $190 price points to match, the Beaverton brand has also come out with some cost-conscious models that are still worthy from both a design and performance standpoint. The GT Cut Academy ($95) debuted earlier this year, and for our purposes, the new GT Cut Cross ($115) continues to surface in new colorways following its May 2024 unveiling.

This “Camo” pair is available now in Asia, but it remains to be seen whether or not the colorway will release in the US. Camo print patterns hit the Swoosh and lining, while the rest of the synthetic-heavy upper revolves around khaki and off-white shades; the former displaying prominently on the forefoot. Departing slightly from the overarching aesthetic, we also see a futuristic metallic blue tongue logo and silver accents on the Swoosh and Air Zoom forefoot structure. Last but not least, oversized Nike branding displays prominently on the medial side, adding even more uniqueness.

Enjoy official images below and tap our Sneaker Release Dates page while we stay alert for word on a potential stateside drop.


Nike GT Cut Cross

SKU: HM3700-291

US 2024

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