Back at it, Nike returns with a colorful addition to their family of footwear. This time around, the sportswear giant returns with a duo of new colorways on the mid-cut ISPA Flow. The silhouette was one of the new standouts of 2020, and so far, only two colorways of the model have been offered.
However, it looks like 2021 will feature two new colorways, including orange-red and a clean gray version. Both of the new colorways keep the model’s mesh and synthetic upper. Elsewhere the sneaker features bubby patterns that are found beneath its translucent film. The orange-red colorway features colorful details at the ankle colorways and the wave overlay that runs from front to back.
Other details include deep burgundy hits along the laces and mid-foot section. The sneaker is finished off by textured midsoles and heel counters, which look aged and rustic. The second colorway is cleaner and much brighter. The majority of the base features a light gray tone, while baby blue details are seen on the throat and on the arches. Black details are seen on the mid-foot overlays, while the heel counters feature speckled patterns and sleek branding.
While Nike hasn’t confirmed a release date for these just yet, we’re expecting them to arrive in the coming months. Take a closer look at the two new colorways in the images and head over to Nike to find out more. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more sneakers and footwear coming soon.
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