Nike's effort to expand its women's offerings has been evident in recent releases and a new take on the Air More Money model is another step towards widening the range for female consumers. Referencing a vintage basketball ad from the '80s, a "Meant to Fly" Air More Money is coming soon. 

This new "Meant to Fly" look is based on an advertisement for the Women's Nike Air Force 3 that included the phrase "Who said woman was not meant to fly?" 

Dressed in a strong gold, the colorway stretches from the unconventional tongue design to the outsole, leaving mesh underlays and Swoosh logo to accent the look in white and grey. The lacing system takes on a multicolored striped look with interchanging white, blue, red, and gold. The same color pattern can be found on the embroidered tongue which bears the phrase "Meant to Fly."

Nike's newest take on the revamped '90s basketball sneaker drops Nov. 11 online at nike.com for a retail price of $160. Check out below for more information and detailed images of the sneaker. 

Nike Air More Money 'Meant to Fly' AO1749-300 (Lateral)
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Nike Air More Money "Meant to Fly" 
Release Date: 11/11/18
Style #: AO1749-300
Price: $150

Nike Air More Money 'Meant to Fly' AO1749-300 (Medial)
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Nike Air More Money 'Meant to Fly' AO1749-300 (Top)
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Nike Air More Money 'Meant to Fly' AO1749-300 (Heel)
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Nike Air More Money 'Meant to Fly' AO1749-300 (Bottom)
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