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Nike Unveils Amazing Sneakers Fully Covered With Lawn

Today, the sneaker has become a must-have for fashion that is in every way possible and unimaginable. And with all the choices available in terms of shapes and colors, it is the giants of the sector (Adidas, Nike and Reebok to name a few) who rub their hands. The latter are also particularly talented when it comes to designing a new unusual model in the form totally improbable.

And on this subject, we must admit that Nike just hit a big shot. The sportswear giant unveiled its "Air Max 1 Grass Sneaker", a brand new model that will delight green space lovers. This new pair of shoes unusual signed Nike has the distinction of sporting a material similar in every way to the lawn.

To put it concretely, this shoe sports on its surface a fake dark green lawn while the iconic "Swoosh" stay white. Inside the sneaker, it's the green which dominates and so are the laces. This eccentric model is particularly aimed at golfers, thanks to its midsole Zoom Air and its rubber outsole perfectly thought for discipline.

For the moment, we do not have any more information about a release date for this famous pair of "Air Max 1 Grass Sneaker". According to rumors, the price should, meanwhile, be around $ 140. Nevertheless, the model surprises with its design that reminds of course the universe of nature and large green spaces.

But even pushing the concept to the end, we would have liked that Nike only uses materials recycled to build this sneaker, which would have been perfectly in tune with the image of the product ... and with the planet. We let you discover below the first pictures of this design model that caught our attention, and in the same spirit, we suggest you to discover the "Floral sneakers" of the artist Mr. Flower Fantastic which, in its own way, makes a wonderful tribute to mother Nature.

Credits: Nike

Credits: Nike

Credits: Nike

Credits: Nike

Imagined by: Nike

Video: Nike's $350 Self-Lacing Adapt BB Sneaker & More w Guest Host TJ Porter. Colorways & Toeboxes (November 2019).

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