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Nike Air Span II Thunder Blue

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Nike Sneakers Christmas Gift has since hit the scene in a swarm of colorways, with yet another new rework recently coming up for retail release. Last seen sporting a “Persian Violet/Neptune Green” palette, the new rendition calls attention to a nubuck and mesh constructed upper in a lively mix of “Wolf Grey” with black placed directly overtop, while a bold yellow Swoosh takes up space along the lateral side.


The Nike Sneakers Christmas Day is one of the Swoosh’s most iconic silhouettes. Expanding on its lineup, Nike is set to release an upcoming “Bred” colorway of the legendary sneaker. Originally released during the early ’90s. This iteration comes dressed in a mix of Oil Grey, Black, University Red, and Sail. It features a Black textile and synthetic leather upper with bold Red contrasting accents and small Swoosh logos on the near the toe area. A Sail midsole and Black/Red rubber outsole completes the design.


Nike Sneakers Christmas 2019 expands on their Air Span II lineup by now offering a brand new color combination dressed in a mix of White, Wolf Grey, and Pure Platinum. This iteration comes with a mesh upper with synthetic leather overlays. Also included are the necessary Air Span II branding atop a Max Air unit and rubber outsole.


The Nike Air Span II Thunder Blue last dropped in a Desert Camo theme and for its latest iteration, the runner gets a Phantom/Black-Mountain Blue colorway. What’s special about this pair is the lining, featuring a color-popping artwork of artist Amanda Briggs, who designed several landmark prints for Nike in the 90s. The model is also highlighted with bright red accents on the branded areas, especially an embroidered Air Span II text across the heel. Finally, a black rubber sole completes the design.


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