Nike entourage continue to flaunt some pretty impressive footwear of VaporMax.This nike air max shoes take replaces the lacing system with a black elastic strap that’s concealed on the shoe’s medial side. The rendition’s lack of laces gives the VaporMax even more of a futuristic appearance than the original.
Features an olive Flyknit upper, olive overlays, and a blacked-out VaporMax outsole to match the new midfoot strap.
Color: Dark Loden/Dark Loden-Olive-Flax
Style Code: 819523-300
The Nike Air Classic BW featured so much visible air that Nike decided to name the sneaker after its major feature – its Big Window. The advanced cushioning system was a head-turner for running enthusiasts back in 1991 and has since been updated with Ultra Moire-inspired outsoles and near seamless constructions under the ‘SE’ suffix. Today we get to see the Nike Air Max BW make a lifestyle turn with this Fall-ready “Olive” colorway slated to release in the near future.
The early 90s retro runner thrives in Nike Sportswear form thanks to a soft Dark Loden suede throughout while a Flax-colored mesh adds breathable functionality to the model. The premium tonal offering utilizes a matching Olive midsole and Swoosh while embossed branding hits the tongue for a luxurious finish.
Color: Medium Olive/Sequoia-Black
Style Code: 942236-200
Nike’s bold new lifestyle Air Max model arrives in a color combo that seems to do no sneaker wrong: olive green and black. The Air Max Flair gets toned a bit when compared to some of the previous vibrant looks we’ve seen for the shoe, featuring an olive green mesh upper that somewhat disguises the large “AIR” branding with tonal embroidery. While most of the entire shoe is olive, the full-length Air Max unit gets tinted in black.