Although using crepe soles on a Nike Air Max 1
is not new, most sneakerheads would agree, it's always welcomed. The last time we saw an Air Max 1 crepe creation was in 2004, and it was part of the "Hemp Pack" (one of the most sought-after sneakers of that year). This year, Nike not only used crepe on the soles, but they paid attention to the details everywhere else on this Nike Air Max 1 Premium model. Currently available in Sail
colorways (with a Dark Cinder release coming later this year), they feature a tonal upper that is constructed with a combination of leather and canvas. Then, Nike added pony hair to the Swoosh. With a simple and classy look, they can fill the role in dressier settings. Many are even comparing them to the Clarks Wallabee. All I know is that this Nike Air Max 1
is a must cop.