The New Nike Air Max Plus Appears on a Wheat Colorway!

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With the arrival of fall, Nike welcomes the season with a timeless and reimagined colorway, the iconic “Wheat,” showcased on the Nike Air Max Plus. Following the success of the recently dropped SB Dunk Low, this release continues to celebrate the rich history and modern design that the warm “Wheat” hue brings to the forefront.

Nike Air Max Plus “Wheat” Colorway:

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Nike Air Max Plus “Wheat” Colorway | Image by JD Sports UK

The focal point of the Air Max Plus is its mesh upper, beautifully adorned in the autumn-inspired shade. A harmonious blend is achieved with matching laces and tongues, creating a cohesive and stylish look. However, what truly sets this release apart is the bold incorporation of jet-black elements that provide a striking contrast to the warm tones.

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Nike Air Max Plus “Wheat” Colorway | Image by JD Sports UK

Starting from the full-length mudguard, the dark aesthetic extends into gradient-infused TPU overlays, forming an eye-catching juxtaposition with the pristine white midsole underneath. While subtle white trims grace the swooshes along the profile, the remainder of the shoe, including the heel counter, tread, and mid-foot shank, embraces a deep and alluring pitch-black tone.

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Nike Air Max Plus “Wheat” Colorway | Image by JD Sports UK

This release not only captures the essence of autumn but also elevates your style with its seasonal-inspired design. Stay tuned for more updates on this standout sneaker for the fall season.

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