Brand: Nike

Model: Air Woven, Air Force 1, and Waffle One "Wanderland Pack".

Release Date: Available

Price: ¥13,200-19,250 (approximately $120-175)

Buy: atmos' website and stores

Editor's Notes: You can always count on atmos to deliver the goods when it comes to exclusive sneaker colorways, daringly bold collaborations, and Japanese exclusives. Over the years, it has colored the Swoosh in some of its best finishes; who can forget the Air Max 1 Safari Pack?

The latest Japan-exclusive delivers not one but four pairs of Nike silhouettes. Packed full of low-top goodness, the Wanderland Pack frames the Waffle One, Air Force 1, and Air Woven in colorways somewhat reminiscent of the 2014 Nike Escape Pack.

Unfortunately, you won't find any "Elephant" or "Safari" prints within this pack, but that shouldn't put you off. As the name would suggest, the color palettes used within the pack evoke a sense of the great outdoors, wanderlust, and the spirit of adventure.

Not all adventures are the same, and the silhouettes chosen for the "Wanderland Pack" reflect this.

First up is the Air Woven, the 2000s classic was relaunched in 2017 as a reminder that comfort is key. Lightweight, stretchy, and — you guessed it — woven, the silhouette is pretty divisive but its open-top build and colorful finish make it a great seasonal companion.

Where the Air Force 1 is concerned, the pack puts the focus on protection from the elements. Once again the unparalleled protective qualities of GORE-TEX retool the AF1's classic leather upper, this time around decorated in a woodland colorway.

Rounding off the "Wanderland Pack" is the Waffle One, which has become the go-to substitute for those who those trying to get in on the LDWaffle action. Decked out in a sandy beige with brown, purple, and blue contrasts, this one evokes some old-school ACG vibes.

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