The Nike ISPA line remains at the forefront of pushing the boundaries of design for Nike thanks to its products like its newly-released ISPA Metamorph Poncho that is one part jacket, one part camping tent. Its footwear is similarly unique with silhouettes like the fully-recycled ISPA Link Axis paving the way for innovation in sustainability. After being revealed in 2022, the ISPA Link Axis made its debut in “Total Orange” last year.

Now, the ISPA Link Axis returns in a new “Triple Black” iteration. Designed with an “every part can be recycled” approach, the ISPA Link Axis not only can be fully recycled once it reaches its end of life stage, but is also constructed with 100% recycled materials. Utilizing a modular design, the sneaker features interlocking components of recycled Flyknit and plastic while not using any glue in its build. In “Triple Black,” the ISPA Link Axis sees its all-black build accented by white “ISPA” text repeated throughout the laces and a semi-translucent gray at the Air-backed midsole. Rounding out the release, an ISPA-branded dustbag is included with each pair.

At the time of writing, Nike has not published its release details for this “Triple Black” version of the ISPA Link Axis. Stay tuned for updates as we currently expect the sneaker to land on shelves starting on May 23 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price point of $300 USD.

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