Nike’s next two-piece set of Nike Air Max 1 Men's/Women's creations pays homage to its roots, borrowing inspiration from the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Originally in 1987, Hatfield designed the iconic silhouette with this architectural marvel in mind, as it boasted a unique inside-out aesthetic with its interior tubes taking shape on the outer shell of the structure. With a colorful "By Day" and a mundane "By Night" version set to be included in the drop, both pairs features eye-catching piping graphics to complete the commemoration. Translucent outsoles with even more piping graphics add more character, while a specially-designed 3 P’s logo pays respect to Paris, Pompidou, and pipes.
The whole split-midsole coloring for the Nike Air Max 1 for Sale is a trend that Nike Sportswear isn't looking to let go of anytime soon. Shown here is another pair that bisects the bottom in terms of color, this one wearing white on the front end and red on the back end. Elsewhere the sneaker is a pretty muted affair thanks to the combination of grey suede and ripstop up top and the rather nondescript black Swoosh cutting across the side.
When a crop of 2014 Nike Air Max 1 Outlet colorways showed up about a week ago in preview images, we noted that they utilized a similar split as this season's PRMs on the upper, but did not extend that two-tone appeal to the midsole as with the unique HO13 drops. The style is far from gone as we see from these additional previews for next year, but only one of the four shown here today use the top to bottom split. For the other three, only the midsole takes on the chopped up look, which means the '14s in total seem to extrapolate the potential of this quarter's drops into two distinct lines.
The volt shade is one that didn't begin to show up on Nike runners until long after the Nike Air Max 1 Cheap hit the scene. Back when that sneaker debuted in 1987, the now tame looking reds and blues on the OG builds were enough to send a shockwave through the world of runner silhouettes. Fortunately the pair has been brought up to speed countless times since colorwise, and will be updated again as evidenced by this volt-tinted pair.
Nike’s switched-around logo treatments are losing no steam as summer passes by and fall arrives. Buy Nike Air Max 1 After both the Air Max 95 and Air Max 97 received alternate takes in the past few weeks, a ladies-only Air Max 1 is next up for a logo remake. Featuring a supple black leather upper, the shoe’s main embellishments arrive via nylon taping on the quarter panel and all-over white Swooshes on the black laces. Gone is the standard centered heel branding, replaced by a "Just Do It" logo hit on the left shoe and a repeating Swoosh/Air graphic on the right shoe. The look is then completed with a white midsole, black Air bubble, and black outsole.