Revisiting where it all began, JD Sports takes a walk down memory lane to serve up a fresh take on the Nike Air Max 1. Keeping in line with the classic look, the retro runner features the use of mesh and nubuck, with the former coming in white, and the latter being handled by a joint effort of wolf grey and blue. Featuring a midsole set in white, the bottom is seen in a darker shade of grey, coinciding with the heel counter. Available now at JD Sports, the clock is ticking to pick up these Air Max 1s now for £95 (~$158).
Glossy finishes and vibrant hues style the upcoming Nike Air Max 1 FB Premium QS Pack, a two-pair duo that slightly alters the classic silhouette. Both pairs of these Air Max 1s feature glossy uppers in beaming tones that look towards Summer. One half of the pack uses a polarized blue upper, teaming up with a fiery red Swoosh and white sole. The other pair features a metallic silver base and a volt overlaying mudguard, contrasted with a white midsole and black Swoosh. Get a closer look at both elements below, and watch for a release at Yamaotoko March 8th.
Bright like the sun and light like the clouds, the new Nike Air Max Thea “Turf Orange” is perfect for the summer. Hopefully, warmer weather is on the way soon, but this vivid Air Max Thea is available now. The Thea features a lightweight construction with a Hyperfuse upper and sleek sole. Turf orange covers a majority of the upper on this style code, paired with a perforated sea spray rear mudguard to go with white and bright magenta detailing. Get a better look below, and gear up for the summer today with a pair from Overkill.
The Nike Air Max Lunar90 Glacier “Night Factor” offers a fresh update on the timeless trainer. Lunarlon cushioning takes the place of the formerly phylon midsole, framing the iconic Air Max unit. Taking down the upper, the standard leather and mesh are revamped thanks to no-sew Hyperfuse technology, with the design lines upheld by the use of multiple colors up top. Check out the “Night Factor” Air Max Lunar90 for yourself over at Nike, where it’s available for $130.
A classic is modernized with loud color combinations to make up the upcoming Nike Air Max 1 FB Premium QS Pack. Bringing in the summer with vivid style codes, both pairs of these Air Max 1s feature glossy uppers dressed in bright hues. The first half uses a metallic silver base and a volt overlaying mudguard, contrasted with a white midsole and black Swoosh. Polarized blue drenches the upper on the other part of the duo, housing a fiery red Swoosh and white sole. Tell us what you think of these electrified Maxes in the feedback box, and watch for the pack to drop in the near future at select Nike Sportswear spots.
Refreshing blues compose the new Nike Air Max 1 Essential White/Night Factor. The latest act of the classic Nike Air Max 1 is a smooth color combination that is just in time for Spring. An essential white mesh base houses night factor and light blue overlays in suede and leather. Black contrasts the flow on the heel and outsole, while a pure white midsole contributes to the cleanliness. Get a pair of this AM 1 today from Caliroots.
Reworking a classic, Nike presents a preview of the Air Max 1 C2.0. Going the performance route via a taped upper, the retro runner makes breathability paramount as cool grey and orange tackle things up top. From there, a grey mudguard encircles the kick, underlined by a white midsole, featuring an orange Air Max unit. Poised to heat up the summer, the Nike Air Max 1 C2.0 is expected to land at Nike retailers in the near future.
Dropping weight for the summer, the Nike Air Max 90 and Nike Air Max Light team up as we get a preview of the upcoming Nike Air Max “Barefoot” Pack. Lightening up via the use of a combination of Hyperfuse, Engineered Mesh and taped seams, both silhouettes show up in featherweight form, with the Air Max 90 taking it a step further, implementing a Free-infused outsole. April 2014 is the target release timeframe that you can expect this set to show up at Nike retailers, so until then, scribe your thoughts on the pack in the comments section.