While this introductory colorway may be a bit colorful for some, Nike showcased some more toned-down colorways at its investor summit back in October of 2017. There is no official word yet, but we should see more colorways in the coming months.
The original Nike Shox was born in 1997 from twin plates with foam columns. Today, the Shox Gravity is a modern update to the original concept. Like the original, it uses twin plates with foam cushioning under the heel, but now cinches closed with a speed lacing Flywire cable system.
To learn more about Shox, check out a brief history of the Nike Shox line.
Retailing for $150, the Nike Shox Gravity drops via Nike SNKRS on January 12.
Let us know if you have been waiting on Nike Shox to return and whether or not you’ll pick up the update.