Although the Nike Air Max Genome is among the newer silhouettes to grace the Max Air collection of styles, it is definitely not in short of colorways—even sharing themes embraced by its counterparts. A near triple-white Air Max Genome is getting splashed with bright hues, likening that of a recently revealed Air Max 97.
This new release consists of a white mesh base that is complemented by perforated leather profile Swooshes and heel overlays that are also void of color. The instances of color are rather subtle, such as the gold tinting the model’s sockliner. A lace loop at the front of the design further features a flag-like showcase of bright hues seen throughout the offering. Aside from the aforementioned gold, such shades include the yellow, green, and pink that meet underfoot to form the outsole. A closer look at the outsole reveals subtle speckles that may have arisen from the use of recycled content. As suggested by the Pinwheel logo printed on the insole, this arrangement is comprised of sustainable materials as part of Nike’s “Move To Zero” movement.
Enjoy official images of the Air Max Genome below, which will be available at Nike.com in the near future at a price of $170.
For more eco-conscious propositions, check out the upcoming cream-toned Nike Air Force 1 Crater.
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Nike Air Max Genome Release Date: 2021
Style Code: DH1634-100
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