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Get in the draw for the Nike Air Presto ‘Korea’

Nike’s Air Presto is back once more, and this time around its a real head-turner…

Nike Air Presto 'Korea'

Designed by Tobie Hatfield – the brother of Tinker Hatfield – Nike’s Air Presto first touched down in 2000 and was known as a ‘T-shirt for the foot’ thanks to its snug sock-like uppers and unique clothing-inspired sizing.

This season, the Beaverton-brand reimagine the ‘00s icon’s sock-like uppers in a striking zebra-print guise that’s inspired by the football jersey South Korea was due to don at the now postponed Tokyo Olympics.

Vibrant red and blue accents make up the supportive lace-cage and heel, along with a print of the Taegukgi flag across the back as a further nod to the country.

They’re also decked with Swoosh branding to the vamp, further nods to the country on the footbed, plus cushioning Air-tech in the midsole. Very nice indeed.

Enter the draw for the Nike Air Presto ‘Korea’ via the size? launches app. The raffle ends on Monday 18th May, and they’re priced at £115.

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