Nike’s Metcon 4 XD Gets The Military-Inspired Patch Treatment

Apr 29, 2019

Category: Gear

Whether you want to show your rank or send a message to the world, patches are an age-old way to get the job done. The military-inspired Nike Metcon 4 XD Patches Shoes allow you to advertise what you love.

One of Nike’s toughest athletic shoes, the Metcon 4 XD features a zoned haptic prince inspired by barbell knurling for enhanced durability at both the mid and forefoot. Each pair comes with at least five patches inspired by vintage army artwork, such as a tornado lifting weights and a fighter jet, that you can attach via a Velcro brand fastener. You can rock the patches on the tongue or the upper of each shoe. There are various colorways, and each one comes with different patches. There’s no word on the price yet, but these shoes are expected to drop on May 3.

Learn More: Here

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Gear

Win Her Heart With A Lab-Grown Diamond Engagement Ring From Clean Origin

Ethically-sourced settings that go big on value without breaking the bank.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner

This Lightweight & Thin G-SHOCK Watch Is Still As Rugged & Capable As Ever

The thinnest in the series, it's marked by a slim module and carbon core guard structure.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

Nike’s Venturer Face Mask Might Be The Ultimate Athletic-EDC Hybrid Covering

An ultra-breathable, modular protective face covering with a performance edge.

Posted By

Jul 30, 2021

Featured Image

These 3D-Printed adidas Sports Shades Tip The Scales At A Scant 20 Grams

Also providing next-level airflow because of their innovative lattice design.

Posted By

Jul 30, 2021

Featured Image

Custom-Design Your Own Moto Helmet With Helmade’s Online Configurator

They also offer bespoke auto & cycling helmets all handmade in Germany.

Posted By

Jul 30, 2021

Featured Image

The 8 Best Slingshots For Survival

A collection of old-school tools for bushcraft and self-defense usage.

Posted By

Jul 29, 2021