Nike is bringing back a long-forgotten silhouette from 1983. Dubbed Omega Flame, the shoe will be resurrected in its original colorway as a nod to the footwear giant’s heritage.
The shoe has a tapered look that closely resembles the Air Pegasus 83, with a body that looks a bit more rounded, especially near the toes. This particular colorway is colored mostly in red, complemented by bright yellow accents. Red suede appears along the eyelets, toecap and heel, while smooth full-grain leather panels are placed at the heel tab and Swoosh. A vibrant gradient on the sidewalls — red and yellow from heel to toebox — completes the rest of the uppers. All of these details rest over a crisp white midsole to finish off the throwback-look of the sneakers.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but Nike’s Omega Flame is expected to land on the label’s website soon — prices have yet to be confirmed.
In case you missed it, Nike’s Air More Uptempo “Bulls” is making a return.