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Nike Officially Unveils the ISPA Flow “Desert Sand”

2020 was a year for expansion for Nike and its experimental ISPA product lineage, and one of the footwear models that was involved in this growth was the ISPA Flow. The output for this particular model has been noticeably thin as only two colorways have been released since its debut, but that is soon changing as “Desert Sand” and “Pure Platinum” offerings have now officially unveiled themselves.Earthy tones are the focus for the “Desert Sand” option. Its nominal hue hugs the upper’s piping and mesh ankle collars and comes color-blocked with more saturated bursts of orange that touch the borders of the mid-foot arches and trimming across the tongues and liners. The spotty patterns that are dispersed throughout its shoe’s translucent film contrast with black stripes and also feature faint orange backdrops. Reach-stuffed midsoles continue the theme by dressing up in a dusty clay orange and come marked by a black Swoosh towards the lateral heel.Releasing next to this rendition is a much cleaner “Pure Platinum” colorway whose its titular shade makes a strong statement across the a majority of the base. Accompanying this neutral pigment are icy hints of baby blue which are implanted down the throat, across the mid-foot panel and along the heels. Beneath all of that, the brighter midsole is bolstered with a speckled heel piece that is filled in with a beige tint.Nike Korea is slated to drop both options on June 22 for for $180 USD a pop.Previously, the forthcoming Nike Dunk Low “Halloween” was revealed by way of detailed imagery.Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST

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