Sneakerheads get ready.
Images of a rumored new colorway of Nike Air Max 98 surfaced yesterday with no release date in sight. The brand has yet to confirm the product, but fans are already getting excited about the new pair.
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The photos show an Air Max 98 with panels featuring ombré shades iridescent orange that yield to yellow and gray, separating the textile upper from leather mudguards.
Gray overlays appear on the tongue, upper eyelets and toe box, matched to the gray toe spring and rubber outsole, which is set under a see-through Air-Sole midsole and foam sole with Max Air cushioning.
Nike Air Max 98
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Nike Adds Orange Iridescent Panels To The Air Max 98 pic.twitter.com/1PZlLw8hPa
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Other existing colorways of the sneaker retail for $160.
More rumored upcoming Nike sneakers include two in collaboration with rapper Travis Scott. On his Instagram account, he teased the Nike Air Max 270 React and a Nike SB Dunk Low.
The Air Max 270 React features a light cream mesh upper with a wavelike design covering the material, while soft suede is applied near the ankle. Scott’s signature “Cactus Jack” branding is emblazoned on pull tabs and insoles.
The SB Dunk Low centers around earthy tones, including a light brown base that’s matched with dark brown side panels, covered with graphics throughout.
Stay tuned to FN for all the updates on release dates and pricing.
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