First launched in 1987, the original nike air max was designed by the superbly titled Tinker Hatfield – a former architecture student and a man with serious sneaker chops, having designed countless incarnations of the Air Jordan.
Nike have released a new colourway for their Essential range of nike air max 1 mujer. Nicknamed "Olympic" due to it’s similarities to previous Olympic themed releases, the Swoosh and lace tips come in metallic gold, while the air max branding on the heel and sole unit are in red, which contrasts with the bursts of navy on the interior and the upper of the sneaker. This variation of the widely available range is sure to be popular.
With the USA Women’s soccer team just capturing gold at the FIBA World Cup and the men’s Team USA basketball team looking to find it’s perfect team of players for next year’s Olympics in Brazil, it feels right to release Olympic-themed kicks at the moment. This air max 90 mujer comes with a Midnight Navy leather and mesh upper and a Wolf Grey mudguard. Royal Blue is then featured on the eyelets, midsole and the heel. Finishing off the Olympic theme are hits of Metallic Gold on the Swoosh and touches of Red on the Nike Air Max branding by the ankle, on the heel and on the tongue.
Nike celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the nike air max thea with several different varieties of the silhouette anchored by the iconic “Infrared” theme. It appears that the same will apply for the Air Max 95 “Neon”, because after getting a first look at the “Safari” pair yesterday, it appears that the traditional colorway is getting a fully reflective upper. This new take on the 95 is a tribute to the reflective panels on the heel spine as well as the tongue “wishbone”, which originally featured the bright reflective detailing for twenty years.