The Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus is unlikely to overtake the standard Air Max Plus in sheer numbers, but the silhouette continues to cultivate a strong following thanks to its mix of heritage and modern-day updates.
Recently, the outdoors-inspired update to Sean McDowell’s design from 1998 emerged in a muted look that takes what seems to be “Seafoam Green” and applies it to everything from semi-translucent TPU overlays along the profiles to the Torsion component underfoot. The sole unit delivers stark contrast to the proposition, introducing sustainability-focused Crater Foam and Nike Grind materials into the equation, design cues rooted in the company’s “Move to Zero” initiative.
No firm Nike.com launch details have been revealed by the brand, but that’s likely to change soon. While you wait, enjoy official images of the pair ahead.
In related sneaker news, the Air Jordan 1 Low is set to return in new styles before 2022 ends.
“Seafoam Green”-Like Hues Take Over The Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus
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