British retailer JD Sports and Nike recently released a conceptual promotional film for the new Air Max 2017 which shows a Nike Air Max 2016 Femme metaphorical exploration of air and the negative space it occupies. Conceptualized, designed, and directed by design and motion studio ManvsMachine, the Air Max 2017’s ultralight support and maximum comfort are portrayed through a series of visual metaphors inspired by scenarios encountered on an everyday run.
With Nike’s latest Air Max silhouette, comfort is paramount as it displays 360-degrees of visible Adidas Tubular Damen Air within its signature midsole unit. The Nike Air Max 2016 Mujer model also removes its Dynamic Flywire which has been seen in previous silhouettes, while Engineered Mesh makes up the upper. 3M hits are added for an eye-catching touch via its lateral and medial Swooshes as well as heel and tongue branding.
The impressive looks for the latest flagship Air Max model persist with this colorway in nothing but Obsidian. The Air Max 2016 has seen some vibrant editions early in its run, but now it goes dark with this tonal treatment in Obsidian covering every inch of the shoe—even the Air bag is tinted blue. One exception to all the dark blue is the reflective silver visible under the mesh in the heel. This all-Obsidian Air Max 2016 is up for grabs now in Europe, so we hope to see it hit the States very soon.
There was nothing left to the imagination. Nike's design team filled this SoHo space with history lessons, media-rich displays, influencers and tied it all together by allowing the people that make this whole industry tick—the fans—get a firsthand look.
Now that Air Max Con 2016 has Nike Air Max 97 Femme finally wrapped up, we're left looking toward Adidas Gazelle Dame the future. The hope now is that this event becomes part of Nike's ongoing sneaker experience. Taking shoes we love and turning them into living, breathing, exhibits of art not only brings people together, but it also furthers the conversation surrounding sneakers.