There Nike goes again, adapting a classic Air Jordan colorway to one of the most classic retro running silhouettes the company has to offer. The Nike Air Max 1, which is one of legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield’s most famous silhouettes and was the first shoe to feature a visible Air pocket, dropped in the famous “Bred” colorway.
The fusion of one of the most popular running models and the most popular retro basketball shoe just happened — and it’s dope. The dark colors suit the Nike Air Max 1 Premium perfectly, and the white midsole and red outsole make the whole thing perfect. One of the nicer details is definitely the Nike Air logo, which got stamped in the leather of the shoe’s back panel. The inner part of the Air bubble is black, which gives it subtlety and keeps the focus on the shoe itself.
Since the Nike Air Max 1 in White/Black-Varsity Red is a premium release, the materials used should be of particularly good quality.
There’s nothing else to say, but CLASSIC!
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