Unlike the latter, the former features externally-visible warmth-associated materials in addition to 3M’s Thinsulate™ and Scotchlite™ solutions; a quilted fabric at the toe box is overlaid with pebbled leather. Profile swooshes follow suit, but sit above suede mudguards. Eyes-tays and heel panels maintain their standard TPU construction, but are complemented by synthetic insulation and highly-visible, reflective detailing. “NIKE AIR” branding on the 30-year-old silhouette is replaced with a glossy “3M” logo; it, like most of the pair, is clad in “Black”. Underfoot, Air Max units are accompanied by a white EVA foam midsole, and indulge in a vibrant yellow hue. The tread’s pattern hasn’t been reworked, but boasts a semi-translucent finish.
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