Nike Air Presto "Australia" Fresh Water/Varsity Maize/Midnight Navy

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Nike Air Presto "Australia" Fresh Water/Varsity Maize/Midnight Navy

Postby lkgx619y » Tue Jan 12, 2021 5:41 am


This color combination forsalecalm.com shares the poster here with a black zebra pattern that spans the entire stem. The latter is made of an ultra-light mesh, surrounded by asymmetrical red and blue TPU cages. This asymmetry is found on the insoles as well as on the heel where it is accompanied by the Taegeukgi symbol of the South Korean nation.

This season, the Nike Sneakers Mens Black reimagine the ‘00s icon’s sock-like uppers in a striking zebra-print guise that’s inspired by the football jersey South Korea was due to don at the now postponed Tokyo Olympics. Vibrant red and blue accents make up the supportive lace-cage and heel, along with a print of the Taegukgi flag across the back as a further nod to the country.

Starting at the top of the Nike Air Presto "Australia" Fresh Water/Varsity Maize/Midnight Navy is a semi-translucent patch logo, complemented by black laces and jagged seams along the tongue. Popping out from its black and white uppers is the two-toned rubber lace cage. The piece boasts red and blue palettes, with the former displayed on the lateral side; the latter, medial. Furthermore, the two colors join at the center of the heal, finished off by the nation’s Taegeukgi symbol.

Defined by a Hot Sale black and white zebra print all over the upper, the model is also contrasted with mismatching red and blue side cage overlays. Additional details include gold accents on the Swooshes that appear on the toe, midsole, heel pull tab, and the insole graphic. Finally, translucent toe caps, black laces, mismatching blue and red outsole, and the flag of South Korea on the heel, also known as Taegeukgi — top off the theme.

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