Opting to go with a tonal look, the Nike Air Presto Bright Melon comes in a mesh upper done a Pink-ish hue. A similar hue is also placed on the caging system as well as on the laces, branding and lining. The tonal look is broken up by the White placed on the midsole and Black noted on the outsole. If you’re a dope sneaker for the Spring season, these may be the one you’re looking for. Priced at $120, pick up a pair today from participating retailers.Fans of the Nike Air Force 1 Low, take a look at this brand new tonal offering on the timeless classic. Rocking a clean Maroon colorway all over the upper, this is defintiely a good look for the current season.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low comes constructed out of a synthetic nubuck upper done in a Maroon colorway. The textured Nikw Swoosh, heel tab and midsole also come in the same fashion. Creating minimal contrast is the White on the outsole, the tongue tag, laces, and the cross-shaped “AIR” branding on the heel. Look for these to begin dropping at select Nike retailers in the coming weeks. Are you diggin’ this tonal Maroon look? Let us know in the comments below.The Nike Air Foamposite will be releasing in a throwback winterized version known as the Nike Air Max Foamdome.
Resembling and drawing inspiration from Penny Hardaway’s signature hooping sneaker, the Air Max Foamdome features the same foam shell upper but with additional leather detailing on the toe, heel, inner liner, tongue, and eyestay. This colorway that you see above comes in Eggplant purple throughout the majority of the upper with hits of Black. Down below we have a visible Air Max unit.No word on a release date yet, but with official images already available it shouldn’t be much longer before the release of the Nike Air Max Foamdome. What are your thoughts on this Eggplant colorway?