Fans of Kim Jones’ latest Nike collab, the Air Max 360 Hi KJ, will be able to pick up both colorways of the new shoe via Nike SNKRS in the States this week.
Now the Dior Homme creative director (and formerly the menswear director at Louis Vuitton), Kim Jones has used his bricolage style and late ’70s London punk aesthetic to create a new Air Max model. According to Nike, the shoes are inspired by soccer and honor the UK youth terrace culture and rave subcultures of the ’90s.
The Nike Air Max 360 High Kim Jones flaunts asymmetrical lacing, a full-length Air unit underfoot, waffled outsole, and a reflective ankle strap inspired by the Nike Vandal. The true flourish comes in the form of a smiley face Nike Football logo, and the shoe will arrive in two simple colorways: triple white and triple black.
Both Nike Air Max 360 High Kim Jones builds will retail for $200 each and drop via Nike SNKRS on June 7 at 10 AM ET.
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