There’s been a countless number of “Triple Black” sneakers released over the last couple of years, but it’s hard to get tired of the all-black concept when the look lands on great new sneakers like this. The murdered out color scheme comes next to the premium Air Presto Woven, which sports nothing but black from top to bottom for the woven upper, matte-finished midfoot and heel TPU panels, and sole unit. The Air Presto Woven “Triple Black” will be hitting Nike Sportswear retailers soon.We’re guessing that it’s no coincidence that the Nike Air Presto just happens to be dropping in this color scheme that’s the same as the national colors of Brazil at the same time of the Olympic games in Rio. The host country of this summer’s global games are no doubt the inspiration for this latest Air Presto, featuring a green, blue, and yellow color palette for the mesh construction. With polluted water, controversy in the slums around the Olympic village, and even USA swimmers being robbed, we’re not sure Rio is even anything worth celebrating right now, but nonetheless, you can pick up this Brazilian colorway of the Presto now at select Nike Sportswear retailers.Is there a more modern and timely Nike retro than the Nike Air Presto?
The shoe once dubbed a ‘t-shirt for your feet’ was way ahead of its time and now is making good on a comeback in an industry filled with sock-like slip-on uppers to compliment your tight roll or joggers. Nike Sportswear has released a plethora of iconic colorways from the early 2000s – something that the Nike Presto did well before nicknames and thematic elements were a common occurrence. This latest Nike Presto Graphic release sees a trio of vibrantly colored ambiguous graphics splash their way onto shelves and into your heart.The Nike Presto GPX benefits from a stretchy neoprene mesh upper for added ventilation and comfort. The digitized static aesthetic even rivals the recently released adidas NMD “Glitch Pack” rather well.
A molded cage does its best to stay out of the way here – solid tonal colors on all three pairs keep your focus on the patterns found throughout. Which look is your favorite? Be sure to check out more of these crazy-printed Nike Presto Graphic releases after the break and know that Sneaker Politics have this trio in-stock for $130 each.The Nike Air Presto has been one of Nike Sportswear’s most relevant retro offerings for awhile now and you can’t blame people for trying to grab as many colorways – both old and new – of the silhouette once heralded as a ‘t-shirt for your feet’. Now the Nike Presto is back in a crazy new graphic print that falls somewhere between a sunshine gradient, hot lava, and soundwaves. The breathable neoprene upper allows for the Nike Presto GPX to shine while the black TPU cage does it’s best to not draw any attention away from the multi-color array throughout. Get with us after the break for a better view of the latest Nike Presto and grab this wild graphic colorway today from Oneness for $130 USD.