The Nike Air Max Plus Adds To Its Collection Of The Spirograph Pattern

Continuing to build out its already boastful roster of offerings, Sean McDowell’s 1998 design is reengaging with titular textures  as seen on the latest Nike Air Max Plus.


Eerily reminiscent of the two-tone fur of Sully from Monster’s Inc, the entirety of the mesh upper is treated with teal, violet and black colored spirograph pattern cascading across the entirety of the knit construction. The blue and purple pairing is further expressed in the glossy Swooshes, tongue tag and gradient shaded mid-foot shank with the lighter hue accenting as a trim. The remainder of the model including the tongue, laces, midsole and leather overlays opts for a clad black majority while hints of plum trace portions of the tread underfoot.


For a closer look at the pictured pre-school Nike Air Max Plus, enjoy official images of the pair below while we sit tight on further release details.


In other youth-sized offerings, the Jordan Two Trey is adopting the “Shattered Backboard” aesthetic.

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