After months of teasing fans, Nike has finally released the popular Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Ultra. Sporting a similar design, the Nike Air Zoom Spiridon originally debuted in 1997 as a running shoe but has since become a retro item for collectors and runners alike.
The latest version sees the Nike Air Spiridon join the Ultra range of sneakers, making them much lighter than previous iterations, mainly due to its seamless upper. The Ultra model features a mesh upper with a glossy red tick embroidered on, sitting atop a white rubber sole. Next to the original silver version, the sneaker also comes in all black. The Nike Air Spiridon Ultra was announced last year, but they're finally available via The Darkside Initiative for $140.
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Today, NikeLab also dropped the long-awaited Air Max 90 Flyknit, which is available in two colorways.
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