Nike Nike Reworks The Air Max 1 With Vintage-Style Tongues

Nike Reworks The Air Max 1 With Vintage-Style Tongues

Styled in such a way ostensibly continuous of makeshift themes, the Air Max 1 extends its patchwork constructions into yet another array of different colors, forgoing the neon hits of its futuristic counterpart as well as the neutrals of its grungy London sibling. Instead, Spring informs almost every bit of the palette, with paneling stretching to the shades of a total of four different pastels: soft pinks seat the toe cap, aqua blues stitch abruptly behind, and darker cool tones and faded volts find spots at the vamp as well as the ankle, respectively. What’s more, their materials are far from usual, with every facet displaying a tiled pattern as a result of a man-made synthetic. Tongues, alongside, are just as distinct as its structure removes much of its general padding for a deconstructed flap stitched with oversized Nike labels. Swooshes at both the medial and lateral then wash with a seemingly oil-based iridescence while soles stick to a more standard white/black tooling. Grab a detailed look at these here and expect a release to hit Nike.com soon.

Nike Air Max 1
Style Code: CU4761-500