The Nike VaporMax Gliese made its debut earlier this month when they dropped the Metallic Field colorway. Now we got word that the Nike VaporMax Gliese will be releasing in the Black and White color scheme you see above.
For those not too familiar with this iteration of the Nike VaporMax, it’s a shoe with a stylish upper consisting of a Flyknit design with leather overlays. Details include a bold tongue tab that features “Nike Air” with mini Swooshes, followed by a Black midsole and Blacked-out translucent VaporMax sole.
For those looking to cop, the Nike VaporMax Gliese Black White will release on February 22nd at select retailers and Nike.com for the retail price of $190.
Equipped for the current frigid weather, the Swoosh is giving us a new colorway of the Nike Air VaporMax Run Utility. The winterized version of the popular VaporMax silhouette takes on a tonal upper done in Wolf Grey and Cool Grey with perforation detailing all throughout the mudguard. Orange detailing on the tongue tag, Black Nike Swooshes on the toe, and unique text/branding on the heel round out the main characteristics of the shoe along with a blue-tinted full-length VaporMax sole unit. Ready to wear for any type of weather conditions, look for this Nike Air VaporMax Run Utility to hit select Nike retailers in the near future.
You only wear those Nike Air VaporMax Pluses because your mate wears them. You only listen to Chance the Rapper because your mate does. You despise the taste of bubble tea but drink it anyway because your mate does (and it’s a snazzy liquid prop for your hand). Face it dude, you don’t really know who you are.
After all the pomp and ceremony of Nike’s recent hybrids, the Air Max 90/1 is pretty low-key. It forgoes the ostentatious innovation of the Air Max 270 or VaporMax Plus, opting instead to show off its hybrid heritage with quiet confidence.
Now, having already taken on the AM1s ‘University Red’, it’s repping the famed Air Max 90 ‘Laser Blue’ colourway. The hybrid is colour-blocked just like the 90s favourite, with a grey Swoosh, black mudguard, and the eponymous blue hitting the midsole and lacestays.
If flashy mash-ups aren’t your thing, these will show your Air Max acumen without screaming it from the rooftops.
Japanese retailers like Yamao Toko are slating an August 2 drop date, but the rest of the world will have to wait a bit longer. We’ll let you know.