The Nike Crater Foam has quietly been building a roster of eye-catching color ways simultaneously assisting the brand with its “Move To Zero” campaign. For its latest ensemble, the partially-sustainable sneaker has indulge in “Scream Green”-reminiscent flair.
Uppers feature a mix of breathable mesh and durable suede akin to later variants of the once-ubiquitous Roshe Run. Synthetic reinforcement along the profiles adds a futuristic aesthetic to the model, which culminates with the segmented swooshes on the mid-foot. Contrast stitching throughout the shoe’s top-half indulge in a tone reminiscent of the original Air Huarache , while accompanying detailing also partakes in a colour palette near-identical to the 30-year-old design’s inaugural style. Underfoot, Crater Foam cushioning, which debuted on the Space hippie line, deliver a sporty, multi-colour and up-cycled proposition.