Let`s get in some history: the Nike Zoom Streak Spectrum Plus, which you might have heard of through a certain collaboration with a New York City-based skate brand, has a really interesting history. The Nike Zoom Streak Spectrum Plus was born in 2003 and designed by Steven Smith. Steven who? Well, Steven is a legend in the sneaker world, he has designed the Reebok Insta Pump Fury and has worked for almost every influential sneaker brand that is out there, what we want to say is, this guy knows what he is doing. The shoe was specifically designed for Japanese runners because they need less motion control and structure. The flames, which were also part of the OG design came from Smith`s love for U.S. hot rod culture.
The latest version is completely out there, making your eyes pop and we mean it in the best possible way. This shoe is not for a chilled evening, it’s made to shine. The multi-colored mesh upper with black and purple flames, with Melon Tint & Watermelon colored overlays, are finalized by a checkered lining.
- Mesh & leather upper
- Japanese characters on tongue
- Flame graphics
- Zoom Air cushioning
- Rubber outsole