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The low-top Nike M2K Tekno SE is offered from 5 to 12, in US women’s sizing. Males could also sport this sneaker by reducing one and a half size from their usual measurements. This Nike sneaker has a pull tab on the heel that helps in putting it on and off. Light paddings are placed on the collar and tongue, which delivers comfort.

As a revamped version of the M2K Tekno, the Nike M2K Tekno SE and the original have an identical silhouette. Aesthetic-wise, the primary difference is the feminine colorways of the SE variant. Its design features were inspired by various Air Monarch sneakers. The layered upper resembles the original Air Monarch, while the thick outsole is similar to the Monarch IV.

The chunky-soled Nike M2K Tekno SE has a textile and synthetic leather upper that will be appreciated by those who are aiming to have a sporty get-up. Pair this Swoosh sneaker with faded jeans and graphic shirt. Men and women will find that incorporating it to their shoe arsenal is a hassle-free act because of its stylish profile and exciting colorways. 

The Nike M2K Tekno SE exhibits a Phylon foam midsole that delivers superior lightweight cushioning. This midsole has a distorted shape because of the inclusion of a TPU heel clip that gives a futuristic look and helps in providing stability.

Similar to numerous Nike kicks, the Nike M2K Tekno SE is among the sneakers that are inspired by the Nike Air Monarch which was originally released in the early 2000s. Dave Schecter, part of the Monarch’s merchandising team, envisioned the shoe to be “fries-and-soda” type which could be translated into a typical, everyday footwear.

  • $110 is the standard price of this Nike low-top.
  • Laser fuchsia/white/black and hyper crimson/white are the available colorways. 
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