Nike Running continues to surprise us with a number of OG-inspired running models with modern amenities ranging from added zippers (the Nike Presto Mid) new midfoot straps (the Nike Sock Dart SE) and the likes of Zoom Air, Engineered Mesh, and more with the latest Nike Air Zoom Structure 20. While this head-turning Nike Zoom Structure 20 utilizes a colorway originally found on the debut Nike Zoom Structure 1991 retro, the Nike Air Structure Triax 9 propelled this almost “South Beach” aesthetic all the way back in 2006.

The Nike Air Structure Triax 9 was notable for its use of the first anatomical design that gave runners more stability and reduced impact while running. Today we get a look at the Nike Zoom Structure 20 that offers a new Dynamic Support system that continues the thought process of smoother transitions while cutting and turning. A lockdown fit and updated Zoom Air technology helps a runner shed weight on their feet while keeping a breathable ride thanks to Engineered Mesh inspired by the ’91 silhouette’s “sandwich mesh”. What do you think of the look?

Check out this OG-inspired Nike running model below and grab your pair on September 22nd. Pricing info coming soon.


Color: White/Black/Hot Lava/Blue Lagoon
Style Code: 849580-100, 849583-100
Release Date: September 22, 2016

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