The Nike Air Max Scorpion took the sneaker scene by surprise last year as Nike stepped into a new direction with its sizable sole unit. A diverse range of colorways have been released with the silhouette — ranging from the the cord lace-equipped “Have A Nike Day” pair to the gorpcore-themed colorway that came with complementary gaiters.
As the Air Max Scorpion continues to see action, it has been outfitted with an “Ice Blue” that is accented by bright “Volt” accents. From the textured mudguard to the tongue construction and heel, the entirety of the upper’s knit construction is treated to a crisp white colorless background that allows for the vamp, heel tab and mid-foot swooshes to fully boast a titular contrast throughout. Underfoot, the all-consuming sole unit’s semi-translucent finish is cast in a subtle “Ice Blue” accent that’s nearly indiscernible.
Are Air Max Scorpion comfortable?
Who designed the Air Max Scorpion?
1.Marya Chan, Senior Material Designer on Women’s Lifestyle.
2.Phil Woodman,Footwear Designer in Nike Innovation.