By Air Max 270,With 2022 almost halfway done, that leaves just sixth short months for Nike to finish out the 35th Anniversary celebration of the Air Max 1. It is more than likely that the Swoosh will continue to bring out the original Air Max shoe in more inline and collaborative styles from 2023 and beyond, with many of the currently scheduled releases setting trends and tones as the Air Max 1 approaches the big 40. Seen here for the first time is an Air Max 1 delivered in its most classic color-blocking style, but with a rather uncommon material.
This Nike Air Max 1 presented in a combination of white and yellow, this colorway is geared for the summer.Premium tumbled leathers have covered the mudguard, quarter, heel, and Swoosh, while the classic sport mesh at the toe and nylon at the ankle comprise the ingredients to make this must-have colorway. A classic all-white midsole is paired with a light grey rubber outsole, revealing a matching yellow Air unit visible through the Air Max window. At the heel is the AIR MAX text below the Nike Swoosh.
This Air Jordan 1 Low appeared in a simple white and red colorway,the pair leans heavily on white leather, with tonal nylon tongues, laces, and midsoles providing a simple setup for the accompanying colors to pop. Of which, red hits the liners, and black the outsoles, as to sandwich the aforementioned whites in between. Branding at the tongue and heel sits in black, whilst heel panels pop with a splash of metallic silver. It’s not all bulls-flavored, though, with inner tongues of uni blue, and alternating insoles that ostensibly honor the Lakers and Hornets. Completing the design is a spare set of red laces.