Dropping soon, here are official images of the Nike Air Max Plus First Use. The Nike “First Use” collection celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Swooshes origin and when it was first “used”.

The Nike Air Max Plus First Use comes dressed in a University Blue upper constructed out of mesh with suede overlays. To break up the tonal look, the sneaker comes with White on the laces, liner, and midsole. Obsidian accents and rubber outsoles round out the color scheme of the sneaker. Design details include the collections signature “First Use June 18, 1971” printed on the medial along with branded insoles and a Metallic Gold diamond-set Swoosh lace lock.

Retailing for $110, look for the Nike Air Max Plus First Use to release in the coming weeks at select retailers and Nike.com.

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