The neutral tone you’ve been waiting for.
The Nike Internationalist running shoe has been around for quite some time. They first popped up at the 1982 New York City marathon, and ever since, runners and sneakerheads alike have been obsessed with them. And for good reason: they’re lightweight with a solid tread, and the classic silhouette makes them oh-so-close to being an everyday, every-outfit sneaker.The only real problem with recent releases have been the colorway choices. More often than not, Nike high top sneakers for men has churned out color-blocked variations, making it hard to justify a purchase for everyday wear. The release of the Luxe in “Phantom/Sail/Light Bone” (a.k.a. a few different tones of white) opens them up to be a staple in your casual wardrobe the same way the Air Max, Pegasus, and Odyssey have.
Another addition new for this release is a perforated quarter. SUCH accents on sneakers seems to be a trend that isn’t going anywhere. In this case, it adds something to a classic that’s not only on-trend but great for ventilating while you flex. Rounding out the changes is a cork insole that no one will see except you.