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Nike Air Heights: The latest sneaker you need to know about



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This retro, dad-style sneaker deserves your attention.

We all know that Nike develops some of the coolest statement sneakers on the market. Classic styles like the Air Max, the Air Jordan and the Air Force can be seen on the feet of people from all over the world. Just a few of the iconic collections include the Spongebob Squarepants capsule which is set to drop early August and the Off-White x Nike Vapor Street sneakers which should be coming in the next few months.

Introducing the Nike Air Heights, the latest sneaker style from Nike. If you are obsessed with the 90s trend, wait until you see this! It looks like the trend is going to be here for longer than we thought.

The Air Heights sneaker looks retro and vintage. It's chunky and bulky, heavily inspired by the dad sneaker trend that we all know and love. The design is bold, bringing modern detailing to a retro shoe. The style is versatile enough for everyday wear and it's also really lightweight. This means you can wear them all day long with no complaints of sore feet.

When can you get your hands on a pair of Nike Air Heights? The style is available right now and retails for $115. You can pick yourself up a pair from Nike or from these official stockists: ASOS, Platypus Shoes and JD Sports.

See all the available colourways in the Nike Air Heights

There are four colourways in the line-up to introduce you to the Nike Air Heights. There's an all-white version with black detailing and an all-black iteration with white detailing. If you're looking to inject some colour into your life, Nike has you covered. You can opt for a design with metallic silver, royal blue and cherry red accents, or maybe an all-white shoe with pastel purple piping is more up your alley?




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