Nike Air Zoom-Type

Colorway: Anthracite/Canvas/Black/Silver

Product Code: CJ2033-003

Nike Air Zoom-Type 'Anthracite' - CJ2033-003
Nike Air Zoom-Type
Colorway: Anthracite/Canvas/Black/Silver
Product Code: CJ2033-003

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Description

Celebrate Nike innovation and sports heritage in the Nike Air Zoom-Type. It brings a deconstructed, DIY aesthetic to the streets with its zigzag stitching, and colors inspired by Japan's street culture. The stacked foam at the heel and contrast-colored Zoom Air cushioning at the forefoot use the same technology used by the world's elite athletes for an unparalleled ride.

The stacked foam sole is offset at the heel while a TPU plate runs the length of the shoe for stability and comfort. The cobbled look adds depth and celebrates Nike's dedication to innovation and design.

Contrast-colored, visible Zoom Air cushioning at the forefoot is the same innovation worn by the world's elite athletes. It combines with double stacked Cushlon foam for an unbelievably soft ride.

Calm, complimentary colors celebrate the connection between Japan's vibrant street life and its natural areas.

Synthetic suede and stitched overlays add lightweight durability while perforations on the toe add ventilation. Reflective dots make a playful nod to the motion capture associated with performance athletics, paying tribute to Nike's focus on innovation.

  • The rubber Waffle sole adds traction, durability and heritage style
  • Micro branding is refreshing and tasteful
  • N354 tag on tongue
  • Indented phrases on midsole add to the cobbled together look
  • Not intended for use as Personal Protective Equipment

Pre’s fastest mile didn’t happen in the first prototype. N354 celebrates the tool-strewn tables and torn-out pages of designers like Bill Bowerman and Tinker Hatfield who moved Nike from good ideas to great innovation in the world of sport and culture.

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