Coming up next week: Clot's final Nike 'Clotez' collaboration

Image via Clot

The original Cortez colorway served as inspiration.

Following an earlier teaser posted by founder Edison Chen, CLOT has now formally announced its third "CLOTEZ" cooperation with Nike. The three-in-one shoe originally debuted in "Black/White" and "Yellow/Black" hues, which were both inspired by Bruce Lee. By releasing its most recent iteration in the original red, white, and blue tones, CLOT now completes the trio.

The colorway, which honours the Cortez's 1972 release, concludes the "CLOTEZ" line-up. The style continues to be influenced by kung fu and features a two-piece construction that may be divided for more motion.

The main component of the offering is a soleless Cortez with white leather uppers, red suede medial Swooshes, tongues with the Nike logo, and heel tabs with Chinese "Kung Fu" embroidery. The detachable cover is made of all-white nylon and has semi-transparent blue logos that are finished once it is put on. The yin-yang toggles and speckled ropes on the back are adjustable for the optimum fit, and the classic white and blue foam outsoles complete the look.

See the CLOT x Nike 'CLOTEZ' in 'Red/White/Blue' up close below. On April 7, the cooperation will cost $140 USD and be offered through JUICE and a few select merchants worldwide.

Images via Clot

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