A couple of days ago we featured the Nike Wardour Max 1, a hybrid of the 1987 classic, the Air Max 1, and a relatively new silhouette, the Wardour Chukka. A relatively simple silhouette done with a suede upper, the Wardour Chukka joins a long list of chukka-inspired designs by the Swoosh over the past couple of years. In line with their thrust of being a little more environmentally friendly, they used the Nike Grind outsole, which is made up of recycled materials. Now why is it called the Wardour? Wardour Street is a street in London, which I would like to think where this shoe can fit in nicely. The Wardour Chukka is definitely a great lifestyle shoe you can rock all day long due to its simple, clean structure.
The Nike Wardour Chukka is now available at select Nike stores around the metro, retailing for 3,295 php.