Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus DQ3977-003 Release Info | Hypebeast

2023-01-03 12:57:59 By : Ms. Cherry Lee

At the end of 2021, Nike introduced its sustainability-focused Terrascape series of Air Maxes. Utilizing the Air Max Plus, 90 and 97, new approaches to each model favor recycled materials with design elements such as Nike Grind and the brand’s Crater foam cushioning. Various colorways have outfitted each model with the Air Max Terrascape Plus making its return in 2023.

In its 2023 debut, the silhouette has been prepared with a black upper featuring “Sea Coral” and “Noise Aqua” accents. The midfoot and heel’s TPU cages appear in a translucent black presentation. The large Swooshes at its base arrive in a “Sea Coral” pink that also lands on the tongue’s stitching, the sole’s split point and the outlines of the tongue and heel emblems. “Noise Aqua” embroidery weaves through the toe box and heel with it also covering parts of the lacing system. Recycled rubber rounds out the pair at the sole unit that features colorful speckles throughout. Heat Transfer Definition

Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus DQ3977-003 Release Info | Hypebeast

As of now, no release details for this Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus have been shared. Enjoy an official look at the shoe above and stay tuned for more info as a launch via Nike and select retailers at a price of $185 USD is expected to take place sometime in 2023.

For more of the latest in the footwear space, Matthew M Williams’ latest entry in his Nike MMW series — the MMW 005 Slide — is returning in 2023 with a “Light Grey” colorway. Read Full Article

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