Brand: ACRONYM x Nike

Model: Air Presto Mid

Key Features: As with the two brands' previous Presto release, each of the three Air Prestos features a neoprene upper in different colorways, as well as an extended ankle collar with pull tabs on both the front and back. A zip closure gives the sneaker a technical upgrade, while the new colorways bring a brighter color palette to the silhouette.

Release Date: September 20

Price: $200 / €200

Buy: Nike, SoleboxEND. Clothing, and other select retailers (see retailer list below)

Editor’s Notes: Following previous ACRONYM x Nike collaborations, including 2016's Presto pack and a string of VaporMax Moc 2 colorways, a new pack of three Air Presto Mids has now been confirmed by retailers and ACRONYM founder Errolson Hugh.

The colorways are officially dubbed “Racer Pink/Photo Blue-White-Black,” “White/Black-Volt,” and “Grey/Black-White.” The tones are prominent on the upper, while each version has a chevron-like pattern across its TPU caging, a design element taken from the brands’ previous Air VaporMax Moc 2 collab.

Hugh revealed that the first Presto collaboration in 2016 started by taking a look at failed and overlooked Air Presto prototypes. After spotting a mid-height Presto, Hugh and NikeLab designers set about “ACRONYMizing” the sneaker.

“We took a function-driven, deconstructionist approach, using ACRONYM highlights and materials,” said Hugh, adding, “The Air Presto is an almost slipper-like shoe, and the idea of making a mid-cut version of it is counterintuitive. Mid-cuts usually give support and stability. We wanted to maintain the shoe’s original sense of ease but with additional performance.”

The overall design was completed in three hours but testing all the ACRONYM add-ons took six tries to make sure everything was performing perfectly.

Taking everything into consideration, the three colorways — both original and new — were decided based on the idea of having something for every type of wearer. Whether you're opting for the louder "Racer Pink/Photo Blue" or the more versatile gray and black version, ACRONYM and Nike have you covered.

For more, scroll through below and check out the accompanying art direction via Hugh's Instagram.

The pack of three sneakers will drop today, September 20 with an MSRP of $200 each. Check out which retailers will be stocking the sneakers below.

In the meantime, get some styling tips via the on-foot pics below, courtesy of Solebox.

Where to buy

Nike SNKRS Nike SNEAKRS (UK) Nike SNEAKRS (France) Nike SNEAKRS (Germany) Nike SNEAKRS (Netherlands) Nike SNEAKRS (Italy) Sneakersnstuff END. Clothing Undefeated Solebox BODEGA Foot District Foot Shop KITH Extra Butter

UBIQ Antonioli The Webster Naked Copenhagen Concepts Sivasdescalzo Livestock Overkill

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