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Why you need the colour-blocked iteration of the Nike M2K Tekno

Posted: 1 October 2019 9:51 am
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Find out when and where you can get your hands on the new sneaker drop from Nike – and it comes in a perfect colour combination.

A new season is upon us so that means you need to be adding new, great kicks to your sneaker rotation immediately. Nike is about to drop the perfect pair – a new colourway of the iconic M2K Tekno. This sneaker style is futuristic and fashion forward, it's the ideal shoe if you're looking to make a statement with your outfit. The M2K Tekno combines previous elements from the Monarch I and the Monarch IV.


What is it? Nike M2K Tekno in Blue Force/Chrome and Yellow/Summit White

Release date: It's available right now in the US, so it should only take a few weeks for it to arrive into Australian stores. Watch this space!

Price: Approximately $165

Where to shop: Nike, but soon you'll be able to shop from our favourite stockists like JD Sports, THE ICONIC and Platypus Shoes.


The chunky shoe features a white upper, accented with colour-blocking shades of teal, burgundy, pink and yellow. This contrasts the thick white sole, with tiny teal detailing across the outsole. The silhouette is big and designed to make a statement. The layered look is thanks to a combination of real and synthetic leather with textiles. And, we are obsessed with the foam sole – it provides incredible cushioning that manages to remain flexible and lightweight.

Keen for more sneaker content? Here at Finder, we've got you covered with all the latest launches. These kicks definitely belong in your sneaker rotation! We are currently obsessed with the new Yeezreel style from adidas Yeezy. If you're a big fan of Nike, you need to check out the new range of Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers and the Travis Scott x Air Force 1 Low in Cactus Jack.


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