Nike Air Vortex Vintage V-Series

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Nike continues to introduce innovative technologies like the Nike Free Flyknit to the running scene, but they also keep bringing back the classics for sneaker fans. Take these Nike Air Vortex Vintage V-Series casual kicks from the Swoosh for instance, a classic pair that were love at first sight for us.

The low top, casual silhouette are based on the 1985 classic sneaker, but have been revamped and refreshed with some solid color schemes. Seen here is a pair that is based in both Squadron Green and Mid Turquoise with contrasting touches of Total Crimson found on the heel tab and side panel Nike Swoosh. The shoes are currently for sale at select Nike retailers including Asphalt Gold and Amazon.

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