Where to buy the Nike Air More Uptempo “White Ocean Bliss” shoes? Pricing and more details explored

Beaverton Sportswear Company Nike is busy preparing his roster for next year, which will also see a brand new Nike Air More Uptempo shoe. Their latest iteration, “White Ocean Bliss,” will come dressed in a White/Ocean Bliss-Blue Chill-Coconut Milk color scheme.

Nike’s Next “White Ocean Bliss” Colorway Air faster silhouette will be introduced in 2023. Although confirmed release information is being kept under wraps by the Swoosh label, these soft-toned sneakers will be priced at $175 for each pair.

Fans of this silhouette will be able to purchase them from Nike’s online and offline stores, SNKRS app, and a few other retail marketplaces.


Nike Air More Uptempo Will Arrive In “White Ocean Bliss” Makeover For The Coming Year

Here's a detailed look at the Air More Uptempo White Ocean Bliss Shoes (Image via Sportskeeda)
Here’s a detailed look at the Air More Uptempo White Ocean Bliss Shoes (Image via Sportskeeda)

Wilson Smith, the famous sneaker designer, was the mastermind behind the iconic design of the Nike Air More Uptempo. These sneakers led the way on basketball courts in the 90s and have become part of Smith’s fame and Nike heritage due to the large AI-Rs on each side and the Air unit under the foot.

The Air More Uptempo has quickly risen to the top of the Beaverton-based company’s basketball shoe lineup over the past few months. Sneakerheads, especially those new to school, have picked up every version of this style, which is known for its heavy looks and strong, tough branding.

However, we can’t blame them, as upcoming colorblocks such as the Nike Air More Uptempo “White Ocean Bliss” have a refreshing vibe. Previous months have already seen some interesting colorways like “quilted wheat,” “Animal footprint,” “embossed,” “Cargo Khaki”, the aforementioned launch being the latest addition to the already extensive catalog.

The Swoosh label defines the origins of the iconic Air Max as follows:

“Revolutionary Air technology first entered Nike footwear in 1978. In 1987, the Air Max 1 debuted with visible Air technology in its heel, giving fans more than just the feeling of Air cushioning – they could suddenly see it.Since then, next-generation Air Max shoes have become a hit with athletes and collectors alike, offering striking color combinations and reliable, lightweight cushioning.

Here's a detailed look at the front tongue areas of the shoes (Image via Nike)
Here’s a detailed look at the front tongue areas of the shoes (Image via Nike)

Crisp white leather makes up the entire exterior of this shoe, which has a high-quality leather construction similar to the ’96 original. Here, the tumbled and sleek leather panels are perfectly combined to achieve the overall design. For a retro feel, gorgeous coconut milk hues are used on the lace sets, pull tabs and Air midsole.

Fans can’t quite write about this classic shoe without pointing out the big “AIR” name that dominates the medial and lateral sidewalls and is integrated with a large jewel Swoosh above the heel counter. The simple yet eye-catching design is finished by painting it in ocean bliss and outlining it with a cool blue for added depth.


The Nike Air More Uptempo White Ocean Bliss will go on sale in Spring 2023. Those interested in purchasing this new “White Ocean Bliss” colorway can easily subscribe to the brand’s official webpage for timely updates on the launch. .

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