Nike Air Presto Gets Remodeled Into A Slip-On

Nike has been infamous for taking old school, classic models and modernizing them. This time around, the Nike Air Presto, which originally released in 2000, gets a futuristic 2016 feel. The laces never really made a huge impact in the fit of the Presto but were probably placed in the design for aesthetics. Now, Nike removes the cage that basically covers the back and mid foot section of the upper. In its place, a strap is placed to secure the feet that are wearing them. A natural motion cut has been added to the midsole/outsole. There is no release date to these but let’s hope they release before the end of the year.

Hopefully the pink version is women’s, I would really love to get a pair!

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