Nike Air Max 96 2 Purple Dawn Womens DM9462-500
Release Date: Sat 17 Jul 2021 8:00 AM GMT
Style Code: DM9462-500
A soft colourway with a sturdy construction? That’s the Nike Air Max 96 2 Purple Dawn Womens or you! This trainer is dropping with the most delicious fruity theme of candy purple with a subtle accent of buttercream yellow on the Nike Swoosh branding and the tongue tab. We’ll uncover lots more about this trainer here. Just hold on for the next few minutes. Although, we’re pretty sure you’re already stuck because of this colourway!
As of now, Nike Air Max 96 II trainers for running have multiple themes ready for the rest of the year 2021. For example, the most recent QS Beach, Blackened Blue, White Cherry, etc. The premium velvety suede overlays are the best support for your daily performances, regardless of how the weather is acting out there. And the colours for this iteration are subtle enough for you to flaunt it everywhere and every day! Follow us on FastSoleUK for more details.
First of all, it’s an exclusive women’s version. So, the Purple Dawn was definitely the best choice! The pastel purple shades on the upper body take the wheel for the ride and let the other accents pop off. However, the other colour-pops are even subtler! But that doesn’t mean this colour palette is dull or anything. While the purple hues take control of the theme, white hits the mudguard underlays, and a creamy yellow hits the Nike Swoosh and on the tongue tab. Likewise, the inner lining goes white.
Now, let’s focus on the materials. Suede crafts the upper body completely, except for the stretchy mesh underlays and leather mudguard. Suede material here obviously is the driving force. You can also spot the navy blue stripes running on the midfoot and the sidewall. Thanks to the mesh layers, your feet will stay comfortable all day. Finally, a faint lilac Air Max 96 midsole finishes it off.
Nike Air Max 96 2 Purple Dawn Womens will be available via the listed UK and European sneaker stores from the 17th of July onwards.
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