Anyone who’s familiar with the laceless sneaker movement has probably heard of the Nike Air Moc. Released back in 1994, the Air Moc trainer focused on the cherished principle of comfort, outfitted with a snug upper that’s been paired with a sports-ready sole – a design that was somewhat maligned at first, and has now been embraced by sneaker enthusiasts everywhere. Now Nike is ready to release a rendition of these shoes with the NikeLab Air Moc Fleece, set for a spring debut.
Featuring the company’s Tech Fleece technology, NikeLab offers a more subdued shade of grey around the upper of the shoe. The product also offers a lug-patterned, oversized outsole that provides increased stability and traction for the wearer. The easy slip-on design and snug fit makes these kicks wear more like socks than shoes, with outdoor capabilities to boot. You can cop a pair now for $125. [Purchase]
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