Moving down below, you'll find an extra chunky Air unit for comfort that has quite literally been taken to new heights, and rounding it all off is an oversized Nike globe logo on the tongue that represented the Beaverton brand's worldwide appeal. This is then topped up by a much small tag, kind of like something you'd find on a piece of luggage.
Building on a breathable mesh base, the anatomically inspired sneaker was designed by the legendary Sergio Lozano back in 1995. Painted in an all black colour scheme, the smooth leather overlays are decorated with logos from cities across the world including Helsinki, Los Angeles, and of course, Rio de Janeiro. This is then contrasted by neon pops of green and red, while dual Swoosh branding arrives around the heel.