The inspiration for these vividly styled sneakers comes from grocery shops selling an assortment of candy during Spring, and the many colors in which they present themselves. Both sides make use of the same accenting colors of teal, red, yellow brown and green to style up the overlays, Swooshes, tongue tabs and interior lining, but distributes them in mismatching fashion. From there, it’s the clean white skins that apply to the tongues, perforated toe boxes, quarters and ankle collars. To further speak on its theme, multiple neon “Free 99” tags ornament the insoles. Down below, each foot is identically presented with white midsoles and orange-yellow treading.
If interested in copping, you can find these releasing via Nike Korea on May 7 for 129,000 KRW (approx. $115 USD). A stateside launch hasn’t been announced yet.
Elsewhere in footwear, you can check out a closer look at Supreme’s next Nike Air Max 96 collection.
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