Ronnie Fieg has been knocking out sneaker goals for a long time now but the quest for his personal best is far from over. This time, he’s teamed up with Nike for a release that means a lot to him.

It’s his first time working with Nike, and the debut shoe is the Nike Air Maestro II, a model that we haven’t seen in ages. He’s taken the archival silhouette and given it a deep purple upper that employs a primarily nubuck build. The cobranded kick gets stamped with a KITH hit on the heel and features an updated velcro strapped bootie as its lining.

You’ll be able to check out the full KITH Sport collection during NYFW but for now there is no specific release information.

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