Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

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Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

The HTM2 group is composed of some of Nike‘s most prolific designers, so it’s only fitting that the shoe they put together is different from what you’re used to seeing. We saw a navy blue sample version of the HTM2 Run Boot awhile back, but this is our first detailed look at this Tier Zero release.

On the lows, black is used on ever surface. A Free 7.0 sole works with the stretchable uppers to maximize flexibility and comfort. For the Swoosh along the side, the stenciled effect is used. The same effect appears in neon green on the high top pair. For the upper ankle area on that pair, a grey woven material is used, though the sole and lower portion of the shoe remains the same. Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, Mark Parker and Mark Smith are all given credit as designers on this silhouette, though Fujiwara is attributed as the lead on this project. These will be available exclusively in Japan and at 21 Mercer on February 20th and March 1st, respectively.

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ

Nike HTM2 Run Boot TZ


21 COMMENTS

  1. I guess they could make the SWOOSH black and then you could wear them everywhere without people staring at…..what kind of shoes are those? look.

  2. I kinda agree that they should have gone with a black ‘swoosh’. Kinda unecessary to slap a colored one on the front like they did. I’d still make a purchase if I thought I could and didn’t cost a bazillion dollars. *lol* :P

  3. With the toe cap, the placement of the swoosh and the kinda Nike Free-looking midsole, these remind me a bit of the Air Zoom Huarache 2K5. The low cut ones could work, the high-tops look weird, in a bad way.

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