Nike’s Air Max 1 “Pinnacle” pack is expected to arrive soon through select Nike Sportswear providers.Just in time for the holidays Nike drops the “Disco Ball” Air Max 1 for women. Comprised of tiny metallic silver windows against an ice blue underlay, the shoe runs the same metallic silver Swoosh and black outsoles for each pair. Black accents, ice blue eyelets and matching metallic ice blue laces finish the festive colorway off. The Nike “Disco Ball” Air Max 1 releases December 12 at Nike Quickstrike accounts.With Air Max Day upcoming, the floodgates to Nike’s iconic sneaker have opened. Outfitted with a heather grey suede and mesh upper, this latest model features a neon lime midsole with a pink airbag. The black outsole and dark grey heel wrap accentuate the softer pastel tones.
Nike continue their infinitely popular Air Max sneaker series, having released the brand new Air Max 2015 just this week. And now the sneaker is spreading its roots with the unveiling of its iD capabilities. The sneaker provides soft, flexible cushioning under foot thanks to its full-length air midsole, which can be customized by adding speckles or a two-tone fade. It’s also possible to add independent color fades to the upper, outsole and midsole for a completely unique look. While on the backwards facing Swoosh you can opt for a bold graphic or a solid color. Look forward to the iD service when it arrives on November 17 over atNike.
Following the “Infrared Croc” and “Bamboo Safari” editions of the Air Max 90, Nike presents the latest premium iteration of their beloved silhouette. The shoe’s upper is primarily black and incorporates matching leather accents, while contrasting iridescent details can be found on the Swoosh, tongue tab and eyelets. Featuring the typical mudguard and Air Max branding, this colorway is finished off with a white midsole. The Nike Air Max 90 Premium “Black/Ivory” is now available at select Nike retailers including Sneaker Politics for $140 USD.