This Nike Air Presto “Sunrise” DM2837-100 shoe looks so good, right?

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This Nike Air Presto “Sunrise” DM2837-100 shoe looks so good, right?

Gradient jelly support! The new color Nike Air Presto official image is exposed! After co-branding with OFF-WHITE, Nike Presto shoes are on fire, and new colors are emerging in endlessly. Before its launch in 2000, Air Presto has experienced a long history of development. This concept originated from the creativity of Tobie Hatfield and Kevin Hoffer, designed by Bob Mervar, and became a reality in 1996. When trying out this design concept with traditional running shoes, Hatfield noticed that the upper would slightly collapse to fit the needs of the foot. This shoe is designed to meet the various needs of runners, so Hatfield is thinking about how to optimize the design and function, while incorporating customer feedback to create a more comfortable shoe that looks like a slippers.
Air Jordan Shoes 2021, another new gradient color scheme has appeared, and the official image has been officially exposed. I believe that with the arrival of summer, it will soon become a good choice for footwear! This new color matching uses white woven material to create the upper, which fully guarantees the breathability of the entire pair of shoes. The biggest highlight is that the sideways TPU frame is presented with a pink-yellow gradient effect and has a jelly texture to ensure support and make the color of the whole pair of shoes very irritating! In terms of details, the red Nike Swoosh is embellished on the toe and the back of the insole, echoing the overall color of the shoe body. It is reported that this brand-new Nike Air Presto will be on sale in the near future, the sale price is $89US dollars, interested friends can continue to pay attention, we will bring related follow-up reports as soon as possible.
Shoes such as Air Gauntlet and Air Zoom Drive are early adopters of this technology. Now, designer Bob Mervar has also joined the project. He fell in love with this design at first sight and devoted himself to the project in his own way. "I saw Tobie's design and also saw samples. I started from the product design background and adopted simple design techniques." It was not until Air Presto was released that the "V-cut" concept was officially launched, and it is about to enter the new millennium. In the past few years, it has gradually occupied a place in the market. Shoes such as Air Gauntlet and Air Zoom Drive are early adopters of this technology. Now, designer Bob Mervar has also joined the project. He fell in love with this design at first sight and devoted himself to the project in his own way. "I saw Tobie's design, and I also saw samples. I started from the product design background and adopted simple design techniques."

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