The designer, who has previously worked with Stone Island, Acronym, and NikeLab to release collections of women's sportswear, is bringing her own take to the popular running silhouette. Using NIKEiD, Schneider has combined traditional colors with brand new features unique to her version of the model. Each pair uses a base of black and grey Flyknit for the upper, and hyper turquoise or hyper orange for detailing on the Swoosh, ankle collar, and Air unit. Each pair will also feature JFS branding on the insole, tongue, and back heel tab.
“I wanted to pair grounded, neutral colors with these two contrasting yet still organic colors," Schneider told Nike.
The stand out detail of this pair can be seen on the outsole. The design applies a diagonal split to the Air bag that makes the toe area either hyper turquoise, hyper orange, or clear, with the remainder of the unit being translucent black. This technique is inspired by the multi-colored air bag we saw on the release of the "Be True" VaporMax earlier this year.
The Nike VaporMax by JFS releases Sept. 7 on NIKEiD, and is currently available exclusively to Nike+ members.