Air Max one femme

Hardly on the market and the Nike Air Max 2014 already gets an iconic remix. In this latest release Nike fuses the looks of the Nike Air Max 90 “Infrared” with the technology and form factor of the new Nike Air Max 2014. With the Nike Air Max 2014 and the Flyknit Air Max, which also releases in the coming weeks, we see the return of the fully exposed Air outer sole not far away. The sneaker just released in Japan at atmos and other markets should be receiving them as well in the coming weeks.

Matching the Nike Air Max 90 Sneakerboot that we recently showed you, Nike will release the above Air Max 1. The sneaker is a continuation of the previously released Country Camo Pack by the brand. Featuring a seamless lower part and a canvas upper with the classic U.S. desert combat camouflage pattern all-over, the limited edition sneaker will come to select retailers across the globe this weekend. The tonal branding and outer sole give the sneaker a very clean overall appearance. You can be sure that these will go fast, so keep an eye for the drop at your local sneaker store.

The Air Max 90 – a popular silhouette amongst sneakerheads, and one of Nike’s crowning achievements – has been refashioned in so many ways that it’s hard to keep count. Never before, though, has an edible version been created. Thanks to London-based design student Milan Miladinov, the unfathomable has been made a reality. Inspired by the new CocoJet chocolate 3D printer, coupled with Miladinov’s fondness for sneakers, the idea to create a lifelike replica of the Air Max 90 was one that was too sweet to pass up. From the stitching details throughout the shoe to the textured laces, the end result is nothing short of amazing.