There’s a reason brands like Nike made (and still make) dope shoes for the Japanese market and thats because (in many cases) the youth of Japan is always one step ahead of a lot of the world when it comes to everything from fashion to technology. The Air Streak was another lightweight running shoe designed for the young Japanese road race athlete. They featured lightweight breathable air mesh with forefoot support flocking and synthetic suede overlays and trim for the upper, full length low profile Pylon and Zoom Air unit in the heel midsole, and a combination BRS 1000 carbon rubber and solid rubber outsole for a dope lightweight low profile racing shoe. The gradient color way was common of the era where shoes like the Air Max Plus and Flight 2000 featured similar design. Take a trip back below and start your hunt for this classic 80 dollar running shoe from Y2K!