Nike Adapt BB 2.0 “Tie Dye” sneakers: First look

Posted: 11 March 2020 11:39 am

Adapt BB 2.0 “Tie Dye” sneakers

Nike's innovative smart sneakers are about to get a psychedelic upgrade.

After recently unveiling the Adapt BB 2.0 sneaker, Nike has wasted no time in dropping new colourways of the silhouette. Already we've seen a limited-edition "Chicago" model released for the NBA All-Star Weekend and now we've had a first glimpse at a funky new "Tie Dye" iteration.

Release date: Unknown

Price: Unknown

Where to buy: Nike SNKRS site

The bold new style arrives in a tie-dye print upper, covered by a white open-hole mesh. A large black Swoosh meanwhile overlays the forefoot, while icy translucent rubber accents appear on the heel, midfoot and outsole.

As with the other Adapt BB 2.0 models, the Tie Dye also features a Zoom Air Turbo cushioning unit, along with the innovative power-lacing technology that has made the kicks so popular.

As this is a first look, the Nike Adapt BB 2.0 "Tie Dye" has not been given a release date at this stage. We are expecting it to drop fairly soon though, with the first release likely to be through the Nike SNKRS site. We may also see them appear at usual stockist Farfetch, so be sure to keep an eye out.

With other iterations of the sneaker retailing for around US$400, we can also expect the "Tie Dye" pair to be similarly priced, so you may want to start putting some cash aside if you're hoping to nab yourself a pair.

Top view of the Adapt BB 2.0 “Tie Dye” sneakers

The Adapt BB 2.0s aren't the only self-lacing model that the Swoosh is currently pushing either. Just two days ago the brand announced a new sneaker model dubbed "Auto Max Adapt LE 01".

The all-new silhouette takes on a futuristic aesthetic, with a relatively unembellished grey upper paired with a neon orange outsole and heel. 3D elements have meanwhile been strategically placed around the "lace guard" to hide the clever Nike FitAdapt technology. A release date is yet to be announced.

For more Nike updates, sneaker release dates and current discounts you can check out our Nike hub.

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