This week Nike announcing that their forthcoming women's Air Force 1 LX and Air Max 98 LX, which launch this Spring, "conceal mystery colorways underneath a white upper layer made of [a breathable, synthetic] textile."
"That layer offers a creative function: Wearers can peel back as much — or as little — material for a one-of-a-kind design. (The shoe packaging provides additional details to guide the creative process.) Both styles will be available with two distinct premium lower layers."
Speaking of color, they also announced a Tie Dye variant of their Adapt BB 2.0 kicks, which launch tomorrow in China. They'll (supposedly) make it to the U.S. this summer.
Also coming out this Spring is the aptly-named Vibrant Pack option for five of their Air Max models:
Finally, and also coming out this Spring are their new Flywire Alphina 5000's with one muted and one bolder colorway: