Take A Closer Look At The UNDERCOVER Nike Air Max 720 University Yellow
Take A Closer Look At The UNDERCOVER Nike Air Max 720 University Yellow before it smashes the Autumn line-up completely! It’s been a long week, and we didn’t get any 720s to rock. The last time it hit the streets, it was with the OBJ Desert Ore colourway and with a unique construction than usual. So, this time, Jun Takahashi is drawing inspiration from the refreshing Autumn days and painting this contemporary street runner in citrus yellow! If you want the Air Max 720s to follow a higher modern design, then you should check out the ISPA collection after the release.
Japanese fashion imprint and trendsetting brand Undercover joins the street-style range of Nike Air Max. His re-imagination of these kicks will bring a new dawn for athletes and regular walkers indeed! As a result, the traditional punk-fused detailing of UNDRCVR and the foot-friendly structure of Air Max 720 team up for the best. Follow us on @FastSoleUK and get more updates on its release.
It’s not the first time Jun Takahashi is bringing his forces to join Nike‘s ruthless fashion trends. Their Daybreak collection is still grossing high in the sneaker buzz! But now they are doing precisely what a strong partnership requires. They are expanding their features and dual-hits on more Swoosh kicks. This Nike Air Max 720 University Yellow might be the breakthrough after all! It’s going to start the Autumn parade for AM 720 series because of the fresh yellow upper with maroon accents. Its stylish and breathable nylon mesh upper body hits a monochrome yellow all over except for the grey marble-print support panels on the sidewall and heel. A black midfoot and the substantial Air bubble midsole sit underneath for maximum grip and cushioning.
The lacing style is unconventional for an AM 720. It’s a dark maroon silk ribbon to contrast the yellow upper. A black mini Swoosh and brandings finish the look. UNDERCOVER Nike Air Max 720 University Yellow will release soon this season via listed UK and European retailers.
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