Why you need to know about Nike’s new RYZ 365 sneaker

Posted: 6 January 2020 10:35 am


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Peep Nike's new sneaker silhouette, arriving in a dreamy pastel colourway that you need to get your hands on.

To celebrate the start of the new year, your favourite streetwear label is dropping a new sneaker silhouette – and you need to know about it.

It's called the RYZ 365, and Nike describes the new silhouette as "essentially the chunky sneaker replacement for the Tekno". The overall design looks kind of like a dad sneaker, but with a futuristic flair.

The sneaker arrives in two different pastel colourways. Take your pick from the blush pink or cool mint tone.

When can you get your hands on it? The RYZ 365 is available for purchase right now at Nike online, retailing at $120. The featured pastel colourways haven't made their way to the Australian site just yet but we're expecting them in the next few weeks. At the moment, you can grab a cool all-black or all-white colourway.

The profile is loud and exaggerated, with a whole bunch of textures on the upper. From what we can see so far, it incorporates suede and silk-like material which really helps give the shoe some dimension.

The best part? The stand-out feature has got to be the cut-outs. Two triangular sections have been removed from the midsole at the heel, with similar shapes on the outsole just a little bit closer to the front of the shoe.

Head on over and check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's got everything you need to know about the iconic streetwear label, including the latest news, best deals and a list of all the upcoming release dates.



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Keen to check out more of the latest sneaker news? Here at Finder, we've got you covered. You absolutely need to check out Nike's new Air Force 1 '07s in Cherry Blossom – they are so cute! If you're after a more statement pair of kicks, we recommend the Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 Canary Yellow or the potential collaboration between adidas and James Bond.

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