HomeNikeThe Nike Adapt Auto Max ‘Motherboard’ Just Released

The Nike Adapt Auto Max ‘Motherboard’ Just Released

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001 Release Date

Nike will soon unveil their next auto-lacing shoe which is known as the Adapt Auto Max. Recently we showcased the Grey/Orange color option and now we take a look at a second colorway.

This Nike Adapt Auto Max features Grey mesh across the upper while White covers the Swoosh logo on the panels. In addition we have a scribble like design across the midsole while Black lands on some of the smaller branding. Other details includes a partial Gum midsole and rubber outsole along with Adapt technology and a visible Max Air unit.

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard Release Details

Additional photos of the Nike Adapt Auto Max ‘Motherboard’ can be seen below which will give you a closer look. A release will take place at select retailers including Nike SNKRS on Air Max Day, March 26th. Retail price is set at $400.

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard
Release Date: March 26, 2020
Style Code: CW7304-001
Price: $400

Update 3/26: Celebrating Air Max Day, Nike has released the Adapt Auto Max ‘Motherboard’. Retail price is $400, but sadly they have sold-out.

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001 Release Date
Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001 Release Date

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001 Release Date

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001 Release Date

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001 Release Date

Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard CW7304-001 Release Date

Nike Adapt LE 01 Grey Gum CW7304-001 Release Date Info
Nike Adapt LE 01 Grey Gum CW7304-001

Nike Adapt LE 01 Grey Gum CW7304-001 Release Date Info

Nike Adapt LE 01 Grey Gum CW7304-001 Release Date Info

Nike Adapt LE 01 Grey Gum CW7304-001 Release Date Info

Nike Adapt LE 01 Grey Gum CW7304-001 Release Date Info

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