First seen in mid-2021, the women’s Nike Air Max Furyosa has maintained a relatively quiet profile over the last year.
Recently, the fashion-forward design emerged in a fall-friendly combination of “Deep Jungle,” “Bronzine,” and “Cedar” tones. A plethora of overlays appear across the sneaker’s upper, playing into the “stacked” aesthetic that’s taken over many women-exclusive footwear from NIKE, Inc. over the last three years. “Black” lands along the profiles, perhaps as a nod to the original Air Max design from 1987. The robust sole unit introduces a segmented midsole featuring two different visible Air bubbles. Nike Grind material is used for traction, further expanding the Nike Air Max family. A bow-donning lace wraps around the entire upper, helping creating better lockdown and injecting a women-oriented touch into the lifestyle option.
Check out official photos of the pair ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch before 2023 ends.
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