Originally named the Nike Air Max III, the sneaker that we all know as the Air Max 90 has become one of the most popular Air Max models ever created. In nearly 30 years since its debut, this Tinker Hatfield-designed model has been constructed with countless colorways, materials, and technology. The latest "perfect for summer" rendition of this classic is aptly named the Nike Air Max 90 "Summer Scales." Featuring a colorway comprised of different white hues, they also sport canvas, leather, and faux scales on the upper. Fresh, clean, and perfect to match with your summer fits, look for the Nike Air Max 90 "Summer Scales" model dropping soon.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Air Max 97, Nike is bringing back some of the most beloved colorways of this popular model. First it was the original "Metallic Silver" or "Silver Bullet" colorway, and next up is the Nike Air Max 97 "Metallic Gold". Featuring an iconic Nike design that was inspired by the Japanese Bullet Train, this rendition also has an arresting Metallic Gold upper, reflective lines that wraparound the shoe, and of course, a visible full-length Max Air cushioning unit. It's been 7 years since we last seen this midas Air Max model, and many have been waiting anxiously for its return. Look for the Nike Air Max 97 "Metallic Gold" dropping soon.
In 1987 Nike presented a revolutionary visual representation of their "Air" technology to the world when they debuted the Air Max 1. Created by Marion Frank Rudy, an independent inventor contracted by Nike, the technical name of this footwear innovation was "pressurized gas encapsulated in polyurethane." Although "Air" was first implemented into a sneaker in 1979 (with the Nike Tailwind), it didn't really take off until Tinker Hatfield decided the show the technology with a visible window. The Air Max 1 was born, and the rest is history. Watch our video and celebrate 30 years of Air with old and new Air Max 1 models. Plus, get ready for Air Max Day, March 26, with a fresh new pair of men's or women's Air Max sneakers.
With all the earthtone colorways hitting sneaker shelves lately, Nike is looking to change it up with their latest women's pack and add a little color to your winter. The Nike Women's "Python Pack" is a striking trio of sneakers that all share a unique mix of colors combined with reptile skin. The pack includes a Nike Dunk, Nike Air Max Thea, and a Nike Classic Cortez. All three models feature a combination of leather, suede, and snakeskin on the upper, vivid color-blocking, and gum rubber outsoles. No matter what model you choose, these will definitely have heads turning. You can purchase the Nike Women's "Python Pack" at Sneakerhead now.
The Nike Air Max 1 and Nike Air Max 90 are two of the most beloved Air Max models ever created. Both feature storied histories, classic colorways, and have designs that been revamped over and over again. One of the latest modified takes on these classic creations is the "Ultra 2.0" version. Available in a "triple white," both models are sleeker and lighter than their original counterparts. They have a textile upper with synthetic overlays, signature visible Air-Sole unit, and cored out sole to dramatically reduce weight. You can grab the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra 2.0 and the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 at Sneakerhead today.
Referred to by Nike as "The one before the 1." The Nike Air Max Zero was a pre-concept design for the legendary Nike Air Max 1. Tinker's original sketches for this "before its time" model date back over 30 years, but only recently have they produced an actual sneaker. Currently available in a very recognizable Air Max BW-inspired "Persian Violet" colorway, they are constructed with a breathable textile upper, feature a tongue-less bootie construction, rubber outsole with waffle pattern, and a visible Air Max unit. You purchase this comfortable and historically significant model at Sneakerhead today.
With little notice (or reason) Nike has re-released the 2009 version of their flagship Air Max model, appropriately named the Nike Air Max 2009. Known as the first model to feature heel-to-toe Air Max tooling, this comfortable model is a welcomed surprise. Available in Black or Action Red, they are also constructed with a dual layer mesh upper, reinforced toe, and Flywire technology. Plus, they also have reflective accents to increase your visibility during night workouts. Shop this retro Air Max release at Sneakerhead now.
Referred to as the Nike Air Max BW, Nike Air Classic BW, or Nike Air Max IV, this running model first debuted in 1991. Known for their "Big Window" (BW) that showcases a maximum volume Air-Sole unit in the heel, they have been released in an array of colorways. And, to celebrate their 25th anniversary, there's plenty more coming in 2016. But first Nike is treating us with a re-release of the original. The Nike Air Max BW OG "Persian Violet" is a Tinker Hatfield design that boasts a Black/White-Persian Violet colorway, combination leather and synthetic upper, and a BRS 1000 carbon rubber waffle outsole. You can pick up this classic Air Max model now at Sneakerhead.
Holding the honorary distinction as being the first Nike model with a visible Air-Sole unit, the legendary Nike Air Max 1 was originally released in 1987. And nearly 30 years after its initial debut, it's still as popular as ever. Plus, Nike continues to create new contemporary versions of this classic, like the recently released Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Essential. This ultra-lightweight version is constructed with a seamless no-sew upper for increased breathability. They also have a reworked midsole with cut-outs to reduce weight and provide better flexibility. You can pick up the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Essential "Black/Black" at Sneakerhead now.
Featuring a sleek and feminine design, the Nike Air Max Thea has been a popular model among women ever since it released. Yet, it's not only the style and comfort that has made this Air Max sneaker a hit, but also the stunning colorways Nike has dressed them up in – and the latest release could be the most stunning to date. The Nike Air Max Thea "Metallic Silver" has a super shiny tonal upper for a flashy "sport meets style" design. Plus, they are also crafted with a soft textile lining, heel pull tab, comfortable Solarsoft sockliner, and a visible Air-Sole unit. You can purchase them now at Sneakerhead.
Nike is getting you ready for fall/winter in a revamped version of one of their most beloved Air Max models. The Nike Air Max 1 SneakerBoot is an outdoor-ready model designed to take on the elements. They are constructed with a tough leather upper with water-repellant finish to protect your feet. Plus, they also have a mid-cut collar, dual pull tabs, Max Air unit, and a rubber outsole with aggressive lugs for traction on multiple surfaces. This women's model is available in brown or black, and can transfer from the city streets to the road less traveled seamlessly. You can purchase your favorite colorway at Sneakerhead today.
The Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential is a sleek and modern take on one of Nike's most popular Air Max models. This revamped version is lighter than the original and has a seamless upper with overlays, perforations for ventilation, cut-outs on the sole to reduce weight, and a visible Air-Sole unit. This vibrant "Infrared" model pays homage to the original Air Max 90 colorway, they feature a tonal upper with contrasting white midsole, and translucent sections on the outsole. You can grab this stylish women's model now at Sneakerhead.
Charles Barkley was one of the most dominating power forwards to ever play in the NBA. He was voted the NBA Most Valuable Player in 1993, won gold on the "Dream Team" during the 1992 Summer Olympics, and has one of the freshest line-up of signature sneakers Nike has ever created. One of those models is the Nike Air Max2 CB 94. Now available in the original "Black/Pure Purple/White" colorway, this iconic sneaker is immediately recognized by its durable construction and straight jacket-inspired lace placket. You can grab this legendary Barkley signature sneaker now at Sneakerhead.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most iconic running sneakers ever created, the Nike Air Max 95. So, to celebrate they have brought this legend back in its original colorway, the Nike Air Max 95 "Neon." Designed by Sergio Lozano, the Air Max 95 caught the eye of shoppers right from the start due to their gradient upper, black midsole, and visible Air-Sole unit in the forefoot. Inspired by the human anatomy, the design also features nylon lace loops that represent the rib cage, graduating side panels to resemble muscles, white mesh that simulates skin, and a black midsole to mimic the spine. This piece of sneaker history is available in limited quantities now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire is a sleek and lightweight version of the iconic Air Max 1, which was originally released in 1987. This modern take on the original is constructed with a soft synthetic suede upper, allover laser perforations, cored-out midsole with deep flex grooves to cut weight and increase flexibility, visible Air-Sole unit, and reflective accents. Plus, the latest release, the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire "Light Retro," sports a summer-ready mint-colored upper with contrasting white midsole that will add sport and style to all your sunny outings. Pick up this women's model while you can, now at Sneakerhead.