Nike is offering another chance to cop the auto-lacing HyperAdapt 1.0, which is arriving in the next few weeks in a new colorway.

In addition to the "Black/White-Blue Lagoon" version, an uneleased "Black/White-Red Lagoon" (recently seen on the feet of superstar footballer Cristiano Ronaldo) will soon be treated to a global launch. Releasing via the Nike SNKRS app, the following locations will also see in-store releases. You can find all the details direct from Nike below.

Japan on September 23 at Nike Harajuku, NIKELAB MA5 and DSM Ginza China on September 17 at Nike Huaihai Brand Experience Store, Nike Ghangzhou Brand Experience Store, EC Mall Nike and Jordan Basketball Experience Store, NIKELAB X158 Shanghai, and NIKELAB DSM PEK London on September 29 at Niketown London; consumers can book their appointment to try on the product via the Nike App starting September 25th at 11 am BST 19 European countries, including the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands from September 29 at 9AM via the Nike Sneakrs app.

For North America release dates follow SNKRS.

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