Nike Air Ghost Racer
In the late ‘90s, ever brand was focused on running shoes. Obviously, Nike was already standing head and shoulders above all the competitors thanks to the Air Ghost Racer, dropped in 1999 to mix running and streetwear in an hybrid design. The classic Nike “Volt” OG colorway was worn by the Olympic marathon runner Mark Nenow and is generally regarded as an absolute mainstay of the Swoosh legacy. 20 years after their first released, the Air Ghost Racer return in a sharp rendition that looks pretty identical to the original one. The bold sole sticks out along with the Zoom Air insert placed right under the heel, while the upper is made of mesh, synthetic texture and Japanese-quality suede overlays. Grab a more detailed look up there and keep striving!