NikeLab x Roundel Air Zoom Spiridon '16 GPX

Back after 3 years, NikeLab and Roundel by London Underground are back again with a collaboration, this time using the recently remastered Air Zoom Spiridon as their canvas.

This time, the collaboration honors the centennial of Transport for London (TFL)'s iconic typography font: the Johnston100.

Commissioned in 1913, the typface has defined London's underground — on signages, pamphlets, and on the underground's roundels found throughout the city. 

NikeLab made use of the iconic font and printed it in a repeating manner, covering each shoe equally, as well as the box.

This collaboration came with a shirt, a drawstring plastic bag, and a publication with iridescent cover by Visual Talent.

The collaboration comes in 2 colorways: Binary Blue, which is a UK exclusive and White, which was available globally.

Both colorways feature a monofilament mesh that covers the upper, showing the Johnston100 font printed, a mini forefoot swoosh, iridescent synthetic swoosh, and a fully reflective mudguard that extends the silhouette's signature 3M taping. 

To complete the look, an embroidered Transport for London logo can be found on the tongue of each pair.

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