Air Max thea

On March 26, Nike will be celebrating for the first time Air Max Day because March 26, 1987 marked the release of the Nike Air Max 1 and with it, a revolution in sneaker design and culture began. Created by Tinker Hatfield and then designer Mark Parker, a lot has happened in the last 27 years and Nike and Air have become two inseparable terms. The lineup today includes the Air Max Light, BW, Air Max 90, 93, 95, 97, 360 and most recently, the Air Max Lunar90.To celebrate the special occasion, Nike Sportswear releases a limited edition Nike Air Max 1 “Air Max Day” that we can preview for the first time here. Along with the placement of “3.26” on the tongue tab, the Air Max 1 “Air Max Day” combines the original white/red upper with a Volt midsole, accentuating the visible Air. The sneaker will be available on and globally at select Nike Sportswear retailers beginning in March.

Nike continue to outfit some of their most beloved silhouettes in trendy prints as they unveil the “Polka Dot” pack for Spring/Summer 2015. Using the Air Max 1, Air Max 90 and Internationalist as the bases, the Swoosh covers all three uppers in textured canvas alongside the sneakers’ usual design elements. Hits of Bright Crimson are used to great effect resulting in a set of kicks that are certainly not for everyone but sure to please a handful of sartorial sneakerheads.Pick up your favorite pair now over at atmos.

La Air Max 2017 se lance d’ores et déjà dans un coloris inédit, venant compléter les modèles bleu, noir, rouge et gris blanc actuellement listés sur la boutique en ligne de Nike et chez une poignée de revendeurs triés sur le volet. Qu’on se le dise : la gamme Air Max vient de fêter ses 30 ans, sa mouture 2017 est on ne peut plus actuelle, et fait d’ores et déjà partie des incontournables de l’année 2016. Cette version deep royal blue/summit white, marquée par un dégradé tirant sur le foncé sur sa pointe, pour laisser entrevoir une teinte proche de la menthe glaciale sur son salon, ne fait d’ailleurs que le prouver.