Venus X’s shoe pairs an Air Max 97 upper — in the classic Air Max Plus colorway — with bold lettering on the toe and leg.Last night, Nike feted the campaign with an event at their New York City showroom, which has been transformed into a Sneakeasy featuring plenty of iconic Air Max silhouettes, as well as the plethora of releases they’ve been dropping throughout the month leading to Air Max Day. There’s also a sneak peek at a new gray VaporMax that doesn’t have a release date yet. Get a look at what went down in the gallery below.You can get involved in the future of Air Max by voting for your favorite RevolutionAir design. Cast your selection on March 18 via Nike.com and in North America through Nike+ SNKRS.
Polls will be open until March 25, and the winner will then be announced the following day on the 26th, with their shoe being released in 2018.Find out about everything Highsnobiety is doing to celebrate Air Max Day and check out our Snobshots competition for a chance to be featured on our website and Instagram. You can also subscribe to Highsnobiety’s sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates on release dates, sneaker street style, shopping tips and more.While we’ve been seeing various Flyknit options surface in recent weeks, Nike has made available yet another new revamp of the classic Air Max 90. Accordingly, here we get a look at the latest colorway of the Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0.
The “Militia Green” pair boasts a noticeable color-blocked look, featuring a dark grey hue at the toe box and a khaki shade on the midfoot and heel. A white midsole then breaks things up further underneath, as the accustomed Max Air unit is still present at the heel. Tonal laces accompany the Air Max model to complete the release.You can pick up your size of the new Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 today at select Swoosh stockists.With rumors coming in thick and fast, we are treated to yet another detailed look at a new model from OFF-WHITE and Nike’s collaborative venture.Expected to release at some point this year for an unspecified amount of money, the silhouette gazettes many of the reconstructed aesthetic sensibilities we have come to expect from Virgil Abloh’s OFF-WHITE over the years, coupled with one of Nike’s most defining silhouettes, the Air Max 90.Enjoy the full range of images above, and check out this Instagram post we dug up, hinting at the collaboration’s VaporMax addition below.