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Mittwoch, 23. August 2017, 03:50

nike presto white black



nike presto white black Back in 1996, the footwear developer Tobie Hatfield had a focus group who mentioned that they desired footwear that offered the same comfort that slippers provided. The group also said that they didn’t want their feet to fight with their shoes. Not long after that focus group meeting, Hatfield decided to design a shoe including what he later called the “V-notch”: a shoe with a carved-out area in the ankle area intended to improve the fit.

Later on in 1999, Nike released the nike presto grey red, a shoe that had a more traditional collar, but maintained a near seamless interior and stretch mesh in upper part as the Nike Air Gauntlet that was released the previous year. With the relatively new technology Zoom Air, the shoe provided runners with a high-tech and fast-paced running shoe.

The nike presto blue white finally became a reality in 2000, but before that many decisions were made about the final design and which materials should be used. To start with, the idea was to use the same material on the upper as they had applied on the Air Huarache, specifically neoprene, because of its stretch and cushioning qualities. The problem is that neoprene is designed to keep heat in. Nike’s materials team subsequently discovered a material called spacer mesh. This material is primarily used in the medical industry for its stretchability and its highly breathable qualities. For the final design, Hatfield decided to make the “V-notch” less extreme to the previous prototypes, while not sacrificing any stretch.

Originally released in 2000, the nike presto pink and white featured an innovative design, and unique sizing structure. Instead of using the traditional shoe sizing system, the Presto used a clothing size chart because the Presto was touted as "the t-shirt for your feet." With recent retro releases we have seen Nike move beyond the clothing sizing system, they have also moved beyond the original stretch-mesh design. The Nike Air Presto Mid Utility is a reimagined version of the original that's ready for winter. They are crafted with a weather-resistant upper to keep your feet dry during wet conditions. Plus, they also have a mid-cut collar for comfort, two zippers for easy on/off application, reflective accents, and a sticky rubber outsole. This completely new take is currently available in a predominantly black colorway now at Sneakerhead.

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