The Nike Air Max 1 is a sneaker that’s been heavy on the metallic looks lately thanks to the coveted “Liquid Metal” pack of women’s releases. Adding to that pile but not looking quite as shiny is this new Nike Air Max 1 Cut Out style for the ladies. Attached to the upper is an array of wispy lines that give the sneakers quite a bit more texture than your standard AM1 release. Continue reading to see the rest of the photos on the shoes and stay tuned to find out when they’ll be at stateside sneaker spots.
When was the last time that we were treated to gum bottoms on a pair of Air Max 1s? For what it’s worth, that look has been particularly tough to track down in 2014. That is, until this Essential pair came along. The sneaker features a rather Valentine’s Day looking combination of red and white up top, despite arriving way after the fact, along with the slightly off-white sail coloring for the midsole. Keep in mind that there’s a bit of a wait for them in order – pairs won’t start to hit NSW accounts until April, 2014. Continue reading for the full look and then tell us in the comments if this is a Nike Air Max retro you’ll be hunting down.
There’s a new Nike Air Max 1 for kids making its way to Nike Sportswear retailers. This one uses a two-tone look for part of its sole, but instead of the midsole split like several of the recent adult releases and the Obsidian and Cool Grey GS drops we showed you a couple of weeks back, these new kiddie AM1s go orange and yellow on the outsole. It turns out to be a minor detail on an otherwise fairly outrageous combination of Gamma Blue, Total Orange with some unnamed color mixed in closely, and a chromed-out Swoosh. Click in for a closer view of this high energy design, then cop yours from Titolo.
Not only has the Nike Air Max 1 GS finally arrived to complement the adult sizes, but they’re also borrowing one of the newest trends to hit the original Max Air runner. This new Cool Grey suede and nylon Air Max 1 for kids has the same black Swoosh and Volt midsole section as the mens’ PRMS that just hit select Nike Sportswear stores. This, then, is the first time ever that an adult Air Max 1 has a 1:1 kids counterpart. It’s dope that they did it on such a wearable yet expressive design and the fresh midsole blocking makes it feel like kids never missed out on these, but they most certainly did over the first quarter-century or so, and that’s why these are a must-have when they hit NSW retailers in March like Titolo.
The Nike Air Max 1 is a, as we all know, classic Nike model with lots of history. In almost every pack of shoes that releases, including this year’s Black History Month pack, there seems to be an Air Max 1 included. It’s interesting, that after so many colorways, we still see Air Max 1 colorways like this that are unique and attention grabbing. While the upper is dressed in a premium grey suede, the intrigue of the shoe lies in its split color midsole, which is white in the front half and volt in the back. Let us know in the comments how you feel about these and grab these today from stores like Oneness.
February is pretty consistently one of the biggest sneaker months of the year thanks to the All-Star game madness, which makes this rundown of which sneakers are releasing this month all the more important. The good news if that we’ve gathered some 80 sneakers that will be hitting stores in the coming weeks-including the debut of the Kobe 9 Elite, that pair of “Spider Man” Foams, the Nike SB Dunk High from Diamond, and much more. Continue reading for the entire group and remember to check back in on this page for updates on sneakers releasing in February 2014 throughout the month.
The Nike Air Max 1 GS has only existed for a few short months. Kids these days will be fortunate enough to grow up having no idea what it used to be like thanks to these new developments, but the older sneakerheads will also get a kick out of outfitting your youngsters with the kind of technology that was only available on the adult sizes back in the day. With this new release, we get something outside the range constituting the AM1s OGs, with a look that’s been one of the top styles for quite a while now in black and neon. Metallic Silver Swooshes tie in with the ticked laces that finish these off, so click in for a closer view, then find yours for sale at NSW doors like SNS.
We’re just over a week away from the arrival of the 2014 Nike “Black History Month” sneakers. The set is a pretty diverse one-it touches on signature sneakers and retro models alike for both men and women across both Jordan Brand and Nike. This time around though we’re discussing strictly the Nike models from the collection. The group can be separated into the brilliant gold joints and the slightly more subtle black based pairs. The first of those, the gold collection, is an entirely Nike Sportswear affair.
The Nike Sportswear WMNS “Party Pack” will release next Monday, January 20th at Nikestore and select Nike Sportswear accounts. The group includes the Nike Air Max 1, the Nike Blazer Mid, and the wedge sneaker staple that is the Nike WMNS Dunk Sky Hi. The sneakers originally showed up with a “Disco Pack” nickname, but the official Nike copy on them doesn’t mention that theme at all-instead they sort of focus on the recent New Year celebration. Continue reading to see the sneakers and then tell us in the comments if you’ll be picking up any of the pairs in question.
The Nike Air Max 1 has given us several new variations of late. Included among the new drops over the past month alone have been the first ever toddler pairs, the JCRD edition and the C2.0 update (not to mention a handful of various Quickstrikes). Here’s one that sticks with the classic build, an Air Max 1 in Night Factor with a tonal compliment via Vivid Blue, along with white mesh and midsole and just a hint of black coming in on the heels. These have a cool yet engaging look that’s perfect for this period when winter welcomes a new spring, so click in to get a closer view before you buy at NSW stores like End.