Nike’s Air Max 90 Ultra BR arrives in his tonal offering for the upcoming summer season.
Here, we see the sneaker done up in tonal colorways, including black Cheap Nike Air Max, white, Gamma Blue, Midnight Navy and Total Crimson. Each sports an upper made of perforated Hyperfuse material, sitting atop the usual Max Air unit at the heel.
Tonal laces complete the look.The Nike Air Max 90 Ultra BR tonal drop is available now at select Nike retailers,As part of the Air Max Day 2016 festivities, Nike offers up a trailer to an upcoming short film, titled Masters of Air Vol. 1, where they highlight nine of the world’s top Nike Air Max collectors.The film will explore the stories of the sneaker enthusiasts around the globe, while offering a look into their collections and contributions to the Air Max culture.The short film will release on March 25.
Nike’s Air Max Turbulence LS returns in a pair of new colorways: wolf grey and black.
The sneaker sports a perforated design, constructed from a nylon and mesh upper that sits atop a rubber outsole. A white Swoosh adds the usual branding at the side, while tonal Air Max UK laces complete the look.
The Nike Air Max Turbulence LS is available from select retailers, including MATE, for $145 USD.
Fans of the “Back to the Future” film franchise have likely been counting the days until time machines, hoverboards and flying cars are a reality, but at least one of Marty McFly’s futuristic Nike Air Max 90 gadgets — self-lacing sneakers — could soon inject a little innovation into your wardrobe.
Later this month, Nike will be dropping a retro rendition of its 2002 release of the Air Max 1 alongside atmos. The “Safari” set features the same color combination as the original, minus swapping out the gum sole, here for a translucent look. Also, on the new pair, the toe box now boasts nappy suede instead of mesh.
Look for the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Safari” to release on February 27.
Last Fall/Winter, Supreme skipped its usual Nike collaboration in favor of the Nike Air Max 98, but it looks like next season could be a return to form for the NYC streetwear brand.
Previewed for the first time today are images of a Supreme x Nike Air Max 98 collaboration. It’s pictured in two colorways — grey with fuax snakeskin detailing and black with patent leather, each of which feature a heavy dose of 3M piping and details. Supreme branding appears at the heel tab, toe, and insole, while the brand’s “World Famous” slogan is embroidered at the heel.
The Air Max 98 saw its air max at the top of 2014 and although it doesn’t have quite the same fanfare as other Air Max models, this collab could be just what it needs to catch on with today’s sneakerheads.