Air Max 39

For something a little flashier, here’s where to buy the adidas Originals YEEZY Boost 350 V2 “Core White.”Subscribe to Highsnobiety’s sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates on release dates, sneaker street style, shopping tips and more.Earlier this week we presented the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Essential in the OG white/varsity red colorway. Next up is the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential, which sees yet another iconic Air Max brought back to life with a modern breathable and seamless upper. Staying true to the original, Nike has given the sneaker the “Infrared” colorway, without any doubt one of the most iconic in the Nike Air Max history. The Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential “Infrared” releases on December 26.For Holiday 2015 Nike returns with its Vac Tech seamless upper technology. Applied to the Nike Air Max 1 and Air Max 90 as part of the “Gorge Green” pack, the two sneakers receive mostly green and black gorge green seamless uppers, black and white mid-soles and nice contrasting gum outer soles.

The Nike Air Max Vac Tech ‘Gorge Green’ Pack is now available online from Foot Patrol.Unveiled only a few weeks ago in its first colorway, Nike follows up with a strong second drop of the brand new silhouette. The LunarCharge combines elements of classic Nikes such as the Air Flow, Air Current and Air Max 90, while maintaining the modern outsole of the LunarEpic Flyknit.Available for both men and women, the LunarCharge is designed for both comfort and support with the Premium starting at $140 and Essential at $110. This latest collection includes a series of new colorways, with the all-black and all olive versions being our personal favorites.The LunarCharge collection will be available in stores and online from December 9.

Check out these recent videos produced for the global introduction of the sneaker.Up next for Fall 2014, Nike presents its brand new Air Max Lunar 90 PRM QS “Suit and Tie” pack. The new take on the iconic running shoe features a series of interesting eye-catching fabrics based off traditional suits, jackets and assorted professional attire. The outcome is anything but traditional looking sneakers. The bold fabrics remind of power suits and ties from the ’80s and Wall Street. Overall the pack includes four versions of the sneaker, all available now from Culture Kings.On Saturday, October 18th 2008, Nike Sportswear will release two Air Max sneakers created in partnership with Brooklyn-based artist KAWS. The iconic Air Max 90 and the Air Max 90 Current receive a technical update by KAWS and Nike Sportswear Design Director Jesse Leyva.