The soothing vibes of Nike Sportswear’s Sunset Pack continues with the inclusion of the Nike Air Max Tavas. The shoe is a nice consolation prize for those of you that missed out on the Nike Air Max Zero given a similar construction that manages to balance a new school upper complete with a breathable mesh with the classic visible air unit. Here the gradient boasts an eye-catching aesthetic, using an array of purple, pink, and orange to mimic the setting sun. Available today from Titolo.Following a desert ochre finish, the women’s Nike Air Max Thea is updated in another vibrant hue of pink glaze for one its last iterations of 2016.
Flaunting a sleek premium profile comprised of leather, suede and mesh, the defining tone essentially covers its entire upper, in addition to the laces, tongue, inner lining and heel pull tabs.A crisp white full-length rubber sole unit with versatile gum accents on the outsole rounds out the aesthetically pleasing two-tone profile altogether.You can purchase this pair at select Nike retailers overseas first, while a stateside release is imminent.Following the debut of its flyknit variation, the women’s-exclusive Nike Air Max Thea is revealed in another rendition to welcome the new year with this LX edition.
Unlike its original mesh construction, this particular pair flaunts a more premium build with smooth tumbled leather draped in max orange, while exotic detailing is prominent on the collar section, in addition to the rear mudguard with python overlays.Additional details include textured blue Swooshes that complement its vibrant profile, yellow pull tabs and a pristine white midsole unit with subtle gum accents on the outsole.Priced at $135, you can purchase this pair at select Nike retailers starting Friday, January 13.