Attention all sneaker aficionados: Nike has finally unveiled their futuristic new creation, the Air Max 720, that's set to release in spring 2019.
As you can see, the sneaker is reminiscent of a hoverboard with a large air bubble that wraps around the entire shoe, and I can only imagine that if feels like walking on a bouncy cloud.
Here are some hard facts about it: The 720 is the tallest Air Max yet, with a height of 38mm to offer the most spring and bounce of any Nike shoe to date. In fact, the “Air unit,” as Nike calls it, is so big that the name 720 comes the fact that you can see it from 360 degrees both horizontally and vertically.
And here's a fun fact: The original design of the shoe was inspired by nature, and each color reflects a different natural wonder like the Northern Lights, the Milky Way, lava, and sunsets and sunrises.
Plus, each 720 is made with over 75 percent recycled manufacturing waste, so it's definitely sustainable as hell, if you're into that sort of thing.
And although this is just a teaser image where only see a few details are visible, I'm already convinced that this looks like one comfy sneaker.
For a look at the laceless future of Nike's latest Air Jordan, check it out here.