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Colorful detail is provided by a unique gradient fade on the midfoot that’s strikingly 90s: purple/teal on the “Clear Emerald,” purple/red on the “Court Purple,” and orange/yellow on the “Amarillo.” Nike Air Skylon Sale A bold Air Skylon 2 logo hit adorns the lateral side of each shoe, and extra branding arrives via Nike Air embroidery on the tongue and heel. The throwback look is finished off with Nike’s classic International logo on each shoe’s insoles.
Nike is in the midst of bringing back another vintage 90s lifestyle sneaker, by way of the sporty and sleek Buy Nike Air Skylon. Having already released in a three-piece set that included flashy original color schemes, the Swoosh is ready to roll out a much simpler grey variety. Just like its predecessors, its focal point is clearly its shimmering midfoot panel that sports a grey-scale gradient here with both dark and light hues. “Air Skylon 2” comes haphazardly inscribed onto the lateral heel of the shoe, while Nike Air branding can be seen on both the tongue and the heel stamp of this retro offering.
The Shop Nike Air Skylon has enjoyed a resurgence this summer, releasing in OG colorways perfectly on-trend with the current retro craze. The latest colorway of the classic cross-trainer to make its way to market? A clean white, blue, and red. The shoe’s upper utilizes white mesh as a base, while a sail-colored suede arrives on the overlays. The quarter panel features a retro-style red to blue gradient effect, with a navy blue swoosh landing smack-dab in the middle of the gradient print. Red Air Skylon 2 branding arrives on the lateral side of the heel, and the shoe is completed by a simple white midsole and tri-color outsole.
After a luxurious collaboration courtesy of Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear Of God, Nike Air Skylon Online is getting back to its colorful retro roots — it’s surfaced in a brand-new “Armory Navy” colorway. Using a mix of rich dark navy suede and mesh for the upper, this Skylon’s main accents arrive on the underlaid quarter panel, which features a red-to-yellow ombre-style fade for a plentiful helping of ’90s detail. A light “Photo Blue” Swoosh then appears over the top to serve as an intermediary between the stately navy base and the in-your-face colorful accents.
While the delicate suede and rough canvas base remains, Lorenzo adds a perforated material to the tongue, a Fear Of God logo in the Nike Air Skylon for Men/Women type on the heel, a glossy black Swoosh, and even a lace-lock. Perhaps the most distinguished aspect is the light-grey toe-box blocking that blends in seamless with the sole. The Fear Of God x Nike Air Skylon 2 is expected to drop on December 15th, 2018 alongside the Air Fear Of God 1 and the entire collection
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