Nike Air Flow – Volt Cherry – Spring 2012

By - December 8th, 2011

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

Designed by Bruce Kilgore, who’d already made a name for himself with the Air Force 1, the Nike Air Flow was first introduced to the world in 1989. The shoe featured a minimalist upper crafted from lightweight, flexible neoprene, and an outsole equipped with flex grooves for responsive cushioning. The revolutionary design would act as a precursor to beloved Nike styles such as the Hurache, Presto and Free, and the original vivid colorways expertly captured the spirit of the go-go ’80s. Those OG styles quickly sold out when they were retroed earlier this year, so fans of the shoe in simple, brightly rendered hues should look forward to this pair in Volt Cherry arriving next spring. They’re the perfect example of a retro sneaker in a new colorway that feels comfortingly familiar. via: SF

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

Nike Air Flow   Volt Cherry   Spring 2012

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