One of their newest releases comes dressed in a sleek Black and White color scheme. The shoe features a tonal Black synthetic leather upper with perforated detailing and mesh padded tongues. A thick White midsole with an Obsidian heel clip and Black rubber outsole completes the design.
Initially seen on John Elliott's New York FW18 runway, the M2K Tekno stole the show with its unique aesthetic. Following in the footsteps of the "ugly" shoe trend pioneered by brands like Balanciaga, Nike has fully embraced this season's biggest look. Arriving in a pretty Pink Black colourway, the M2K Tekno's clean design combines a bold oversized aesthetic with delicate tones.
One of the first pairs to release comes dressed in a women's exclusive Phantom, Oil Grey, Matte Silver, and Hyper Crimson color scheme. It comes with updated details compared to the shoe it resembles, the Air Monarch 4. Featuring an Off-White upper highlighted with an Orange heel cup and Grey tones on its rubber outsole.
Back in May, Nike released the first pair of its updated Air Monarch—the M2K Tekno. The women's-exclusive model was the brand's answer to the "dad shoe" trend and quickly sold out upon release. Now, the chunky sneaker is finally available in men's sizing.