A flurry of conceptual silhouettes were delivered from Nike's ISPA line in 2020, one of which was the mid-cut ISPA Flow. So far, only a duo of colorways of this model have been released to the public, but this year it looks to further along its range as two more offerings — a orange-red and a clean gray — have just surfaced.
Both of these iterations retain the model's mesh and synthetic upper, as well as the bubbly patterns that lie beneath its translucent film, only showing off major differences in color schemes. The more playful of the two features orange splashes on its ankle collars and wavy overlay that runs from front to back, while deep burgundy hits fall along the laces and mid-foot paneling. Below, the textured midsoles and heel counters have been given an aged, slightly rustic aesthetic, while the treading contrasts in a faded black.
The other offering in the mix is dialed to a much brighter presentation. A majority of its synthetic base is wrapped in a lighter gray tone, while baby blue notes land down the throat and across the mid-foot arches. Subtle notes of black also appear across the mid-foot overlays. Heel counters are dressed up with speckled patterns and feature stealthy branding, and the midsoles are painted with more dusty blue.
Nike hasn't confirmed the release of these just yet, but note that they should be hitting SNKRS and select retailers in the coming months for the usual $180 USD.
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