Nike have revived the OG Pantheon with a surprise redesign dubbed the Pantheos. The model's upper closely resembles the original with the exception of a slightly larger, more rounded Swoosh and minimally altered panelling – most notably at the heel. A mishmash of overlays survive largely unscathed. The major change is found on the lower half of the shoe with a midsole that is entirely different to the original – hopefully with some improved tech for greater cushioning.
Introduced as an 'entry-level' runner in 1993, the Pantheon was a low-cost alternative to the likes of Nike's flagship Air Max models at the the time, forgoing pricey visible Air for EVA sole units – which remain wearable to this day!
The Pantheos will debut in four colourways – one of which channels early 90s style cues. We previously saw the Pantheon return in 2012 in the form of the Lunar Pantheon.
The Nike Pantheos is available right now from select Nike Sportswear stockists.