If you missed out on NikeLab’s limited-edition “Triple Black” Air VaporMax drop on Air Max Day (March 26), you’ll soon have a chance to get them again sans the scarce availability.
The stealthy sneaker has been repurposed for men and women as a “Black/Anthracite” general release colorway, but it’s essentially the same look seen on March’s limited release.
While the two looks may appear identical from afar, there are a Nike Air Presto Mujer few small differences between this release and the NikeLab version. The upcoming general release Adidas ZX 750 Pánské release uses a translucent VaporMax Air bag instead of the NikeLab style’s solid black, and the “Anthracite” gray Flyknit seen on the new iteration is darker than its predecessor — resulting in an even stealthier “Triple Black” look.
The Air VamporMax sneakers feature a supportive yet breathable Flyknit upper, with the standout feature being its first-of-a-kind Air cushioning. The setup eliminates the foam found in traditional midsoles for what Nike touts as its lightest, most flexible Air Max setup yet.
Set to drop June 22 at 10 a.m. ET from nike.com/snkrs, this style retails for $190 and will be available in both men’s and women’s sizing. Although it won’t be quite as limited as its NikeLab predecessor, don’t expect this style to stick Adidas ZX Flux Donna around for long — all of Nike’s Air VaporMax drops have sold out quickly thus far.
Since making its Nike Air Vapormax Dame debut during March’s Nike Air Max Day celebrations, fans have long awaited an official announcement Nike Air Max 2016 Dame surrounding clothing brand Cactus Plant Flea Market’s (CPFM) forthcoming Air VaporMax 2019 collaboration. Now we learn that the highly anticipated kicks are arriving this month.
Releasing exclusively in women’s sizing, the CPFM x Nike Air VaporMax 2019 draws design cues from the sunrise and sunset, boasting a transparent material on the low-cut upper with intricate details including the Swoosh’s “Just Do It” slogan and the 3D puff lettering featured on the sides. The heel is decorated in CPFM’s yellow smiley face logo with thick rope laces on the tongue. Capping off the look is a plush green and red VaporMax tooling that’s inspired by the Nike Air Max 90 Dame color of the sun as it emerges from the horizon.
While Nike has already released an official “Zebra” Nike Air Max 2016 Femme iteration of the Nike Air VaporMax as part of an “Animal Pack” back in 2018, it looks like they’ll Nike Air Max 270 Womens be using similar tones on this upcoming release.
Dressed in the popular White and Black color scheme. This offering of the Nike Air VaporMax 3.0 sports a White Flyknit upper with Black knitted underlays to give off that Zebra vibe. a White heel clip with Black Swoosh logos atop a VaporMax sole unit completes the design.