Earlier this month, Nike officially unveiled the Air Max Terrascape Plus. This sneaker fuses design elements from the Air Max Plus and the Vapormax Plus to create a shoe that’s entirely new. The Air Max Terrascape Plus is also apart of Nike’s Move-To-Zero series, making the sneaker complete with at least 20% recycled materials.
This version of the sneaker flips the original colorway, offering stark grey and sage green to create a look that’s somewhat on the grim side. The upper is made with ripstop fabric and ribbed stitching that reflects the caging on the Air Max Plus. Influence from the Vapormax Plus can be seen on the side of the sneaker as it builds into a rubber cage overlay. The Nike Swoosh glows from underneath the transparent rubber and accents against the matching eyelets. Overall the sneaker offers a futuristic aesthetic solidified by the analog font branding and the signature “Air” unit placed inside the crater sole.
As of now, there is no official release date for the Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus and we’re still waiting on release info for the other pair as well. Be sure to check back with our Sneaker Release Dates page for more info and updates on the drop.
Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus