Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 3 Turquoise

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Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 3 Turquoise

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Nike Shoes For Men A clear bubble-sole accompanies this “Volt” colorway, featuring a white Swoosh on the side of the sneaker against a lime-green monochrome upper. Over 1,000 dual-finish Swarovski crystals are hand-embroidered onto the uppers, creating a luxe and sparkling aesthetic for this silhouette.


The last time we took a glance at Nike Shoes 2020, it donned a flashy multi-colored makeup earlier in the month. Today the model emerges once more in “Triple Black.” The silhouette’s new Flyknit pattern takes on a simpler approach thanks to its striped weave from ankle entry to toe. Taped accents make up the lateral and medial Swoosh logos in addition to the heel counter while the VaporMax unit is done in all-black to match the upper. Lastly, you’ll find a few white branding accents on the tongue, insole and heel for contrast.


Nike Shoes Yellow boasts a colorful mix of blue, red and black. Officially dubbed “Blue Fury,” the 3.0 design sees a new pattern along its upper with black accents around the heel counter and ankle entry. The previously mentioned shade of ”Bright Crimson” is applied to each side’s Swoosh as well as the lacing and Flywire. As expected, Nike’s VaporMax unit serves as the support system for the lightweight upper and is treated with a translucent finish in matching blue.


Nike has added a new option to the Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 3 Turquoise catalog. The newest iteration’s striped weave pattern comes dressed in the brand’s “Glow-Glam” color blocking of blue and volt, contrasted by hits of grey along the heel, tongue, laces and ankle. Branding arrives in the form of black Swooshes on the panels, tongue tags and the VaporMax emblem running vertically down the heels, finally sitting atop its distinct segmented rubber outsole caps for full comfort.


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