SEAFOAM-GREEN COLORS DOMINATE THE NIKE AIR MAX TERRASCAPE PLUS

The Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus isn’t likely to sell more than the regular Air Max Plus, but the silhouette is still gaining a lot of fans thanks to its mix of classic and modern elements.

The nice mix of materials and contrast make the shoe stick out

Sean McDowell’s 1998 design was recently updated to be more outdoorsy. It has a muted look that uses what looks like “Seafoam Green” on everything from the semi-translucent TPU overlays along the profiles to the Torsion component underfoot. The sole unit is a sharp contrast to the rest of the shoe. It uses sustainable materials like Crater Foam and Nike Grind, which are based on the company’s “Move to Zero” initiative.

Summary

The Nike Air Max Terrascape Plus is a great sneaker because it lets you do a lot of different things. The Nike Air Max Terrasapce Plus is a great choice if you want a light sneaker that lets air in and is comfortable and stylish.