Nike’s Air Structure running shoe from the early ’90s made a return last month, this time in the form of a modernized lifestyle silhouette. This week, the vintage runner has surfaced in a new “Persian Violet” color scheme, available now.
Nike’s experimentation with its Air technology was progressing rapidly in the late ’80s and ’90s, with new innovations launching on a yearly basis. Among the first of these futuristic first steps was the Air Structure Triax from 1991, which introduced a number of firsts for Air technology including the first-ever symmetrical underfoot airbags. The Air Structure was lauded by Nike fans for its supreme comfort and stability as a running shoe and has since gone down as one of the most beloved Nike Air shoes to date. Last month, Nike released its remastered iteration of the Air Structure, which continues to arrive in new colorways this week. Today we have a closer look at the new “Persian Violet” color scheme that released earlier this week, adding a bright blue shade to the silhouette’s forefoot overlays and heel sections.
NIKE AIR STRUCTURE “PERSIAN VIOLET” RELEASE INFORMATION
Nike’s latest colorway of the retro Air Structure runner surfaced on the brand’s website earlier this week, where it is still available in a wide range of sizes. The return of the Structure comes with a modernized price point of $120. Check out the official images below for a better look at the first confirmed colorway, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.
Nike Air Structure
Release Date: Available Now
Color: Metallic White/Persian Violet/Solar Red/Blacke