Tom Sachs isn’t a fan of consumers buying sneakers just to stow away in the closet to collect dust or resell for monetary value. He wants you to rock your kicks and rock them often. And through his latest General Purpose Shoe collaborations with Nike, he’s made this easier to accomplish as he’s provided multiple restocks of the first colorways and even had his “Archive” iteration stocked at Kohl’s — a major department store. And now we’re learning that the NY-based artist has another colorway in the works which has just been revealed thanks to early imagery.
For the most part, the kicks are readied with an understated palette. Knit uppers are made with a pure white backdrop while the overlays contrast with a bone-like hue. Vivid accents can be found atop the Swooshes and pull tabs, the former of which is dyed in a bold yellow tone while the latter is fitted with a bold green exterior to channel a bit of Brazil-esque flair. Notes of black top everything off via the laces, heel overlays and waffle soles.
It’s likely that Tom Sachs and Nike will announce the release info for these in the coming months so sit tight as you wait on their arrival.
Elsewhere in footwear, a trio of Nike Air Pegasus 89 colorways have been revealed.
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