This time donning the original “Royal” finish, the low-top is essentially dressed in a two-tone combination of blue and black across its abrasion-resistant mesh upper, tongue, inner lining and heel section. The bold theme is supplemented atop a complementing white sole unit with sticky rubber in the forefoot that provides excellent traction.
Retailing for $130, you can expect to find this standout pair at select Nike retailers starting July 18th.
I’m a fan of the model’s sleek profile. The inspiration and overall colorway is cool. It’s suitable for all genders too.
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