UK Rapper Jeshi Gave Away Free Pairs Of Nike Air Max Pulse

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One particular solution to win over followers and make some new ones in 2023 is to bless them with a free pair of sneakers. And if these kicks occur to be Nikes, even higher (sorry, adidas, Reebok and Puma).

London rapper Jeshi appears to know this can be a true but not often-tried methodology. And with the assistance of Nike, the UK-based artist was in a position to run by the streets of London and provides unsuspecting countrymen brand-new pairs of the Nike Air Max Pulse. We lowkey hating proper now. Hypebeast is reporting that over the weekend the “Chrome Benzo” rapper took over a Soho store in London and really gave away pairs of the unreleased Nike silhouette that’s certain to be a success as soon as it turns into publicly accessible.

From Hypebeast:

Presenting the all-new Air Max Pulse, the sneaker arrives in a clear white and pink color scheme. As an entire, the shoe is the pure successor to the Air Max 270 — a mode that noticed its hottest period arrive in 2018. Designed with a breathable mesh higher, the sneaker can be complemented with leather-based overlays that wrap across the lateral sides and toe field.

Moreover, the Pulse includes a slew of Swoosh placements, whereas a brand new Air Max branding motif hits the rear heel counter. Rounding issues off, the forefoot features a textile-wrapped, Air-assisted, point-loaded midsole that sits alongside a sturdy rubber outsole.

No, they’re not Retro Jordans or Travis Scott collaborations, however these Air Max Pulse’s go laborious and appear hella snug.

Getting a contemporary pair of Nikes without cost is a dub any day of the week. So props to Jeshi and Nike for making random folks’s days higher final weekend.

The Nike Air Max Pulse is ready to drop on Air Max Day March 26. Will you be seeking to cop a pair, or will you watch for Jeshi to fly to the states and provides them away right here? (Not gonna occur.) Tell us within the feedback part under.