May 19, 2015 6:56:54 PM PDT
The Nike Air Max 90 "Infrared" is one of the most beloved Air Max models ever created. They feature a timeless design, and an absolutely incomparable colorway. It has been five years since this sneaker has hit the shelves, and although many sneakerheads still have a DS 2010 release sitting in their closets, they're back. The 2015 version remains true to the original, but still sport slight modifications from the 2010 version, including black "Nike" print on the insoles, altered mesh design, lace change, darker colored Swoosh, and a softer leather mudguard. Check out the side-by-side pics for a closer look.
May 18, 2015 5:19:26 PM PDT
The Nike Air Max 1
originally hit the shelves in 1987. It was the first model to show Nike's revolutionary Air Max technology with a visible Air-Sole unit, and it changed the game. In 2015, Nike is still building upon its success, with the latest version of this classic running sneaker being the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire. This new version is significantly lighter than the original and features a sleek no-sew upper with perforations, soft heel counter, slimmed down midsole, and completely re-designed cutout flexible midsole. You can pick up this comfortable pair of kicks in white
now at Sneakerhead
May 11, 2015 12:49:14 PM PDT
It has been 25 years since the Air Max 90 first hit the shelves, and Nike is celebrating with the "Anniversary Pack." This highly sought-after collection of Air Max 90 sneakers all feature Infrared accents, the signature color that adorned the original release, but completely different materials and designs. The "Reptile" edition sports a soft black leather upper, patent leather overlay, and a reptilian-inspired leather mudguard. Look for this model and the rest of the "Anniversary Pack" releasing in limited numbers soon.
March 6, 2015 4:36:58 PM PST
The Nike Air Max 95 has never been short on popularity. It's widely known that this iconic runner's design was inspired by the human anatomy, and ever since the AM95 the shelves in 1995, they been highly sought-after by runners and sneakerheads alike. For Spring 2015 Nike decided to treat us with one of its few monochromatic iterations of this Air Max giant. The Nike Air Max 95 "Obsidian/Black"
has a predominant nubuck and mesh Obsidian-colored base with black accents and sole. Plus, Nike topped off this distinguished version with reflective details on the lace cover and heel. You can cop them now at Sneakerhead.
January 8, 2015 5:46:57 PM PST
In 1987 Nike introduced the Air Max 1 to the world, and they have been building upon its success ever since. Every year we have seen the Air Max line evolve by incorporating new innovation, style, and design. The Nike Air Max 2015 builds on this model and has a lightweight and breathable Engineered Mesh upper, full-length Max Air cushioning, Dynamic Flywire cables that adjust with the laces for a supportive fit, and flex grooves on the outsole for forefoot flexibility and a natural ride. This new Air Max model is currently available at Sneakerhead
for women in this sleek white and pink colorway.
November 3, 2014 6:25:44 PM PST
As winter approaches, Nike is aware that many people who experience harsh conditions demand different footwear. So, Nike is taking some of their most popular models, like the Air Max 90, and converting them into winter-ready creations. The Nike Air Max 90 SneakerBoot Ice
features a water-resistant upper, gussetted tongue construction to keep your feet dry, warm lining, and a rugged outsole with deep lugs for traction. Plus, they also have a translucent midsole/outsole. It's a sneaker designed specifically for the upcoming winter season.
October 17, 2014 7:03:42 PM PDT
It's safe to say that the Nike Air Max 90 will always be one of the most popular Air Max models ever created. Although most sneakerheads will agree that the original "Infrared" model is impossible to top, every year Nike releases new renditions of this classic runner that are hard to ignore. The recently released "Reflective Speckle"
model falls into this category, and is an impressive mix of subtle and stylish. They feature a black on black colorway with a reflective Swoosh, heel badge, "AIR MAX" logo, and speckled print. Combine that with soft tumbled leather, and it's a difficult Air Max 90 model to pass up. You can grab them now at Sneakerhead.
September 25, 2014 4:46:35 PM PDT
The Nike Air Max 90 is one of the most popular Air Max models ever created. Because of this popularity, over the years this iconic runner has been re-imagined with new materials, technologies, and countless colorways. The latest and very limited "Denim"
version has created a buzz ever since pics hit the sneaker blogs. The upper features a combination of washed denim and soft suede with Infrared accents. Plus, they also have a faux snakeskin Swoosh, and a contrasting white midsole. Another fresh edition of one the greatest Air Max models Nike has ever released.
July 17, 2014 6:41:45 PM PDT
There are not many models in the Air Max collection more popular than the legendary Nike Air Max 95. With a distinct design that was inspired by the human anatomy, this iconic running sneaker was an instant hit when it was released in '95, and is still popular today. The latest "Challenge Red"
& "Tour Yellow"
models stay true to the original design/materials, and also feature a tonal grey gradient on the side panels. It's hard to beat a classic Air Max model that delivers comfort and style. You can find both of these colorways on Sneakerhead now.
June 19, 2014 5:20:06 PM PDT
The practice of updating classic kicks with modern materials/technology is becoming very common in the sneaker world. And, when that classic is the iconic Nike Air Max 1 in original colorway, sneakerheads take notice. The Nike Air Max 1 Lunar "OG Sport Red"
is sleeker and lighter than the original AM1 due to a taped and seamless upper, and Lunarlon cushioning. Yet, it still maintains the same look that made it a legend. If you're looking a fresh mix of old school style and new school innovation, cop the Nike Air Max 1 Lunar at Sneakerhead today.
June 11, 2014 11:53:53 AM PDT
Although sandals are usually the "go to" footwear choice during the summer, Nike is working to change that. The Nike Air Max Breathe Collection was designed to keep your feet cool in the summer heat. This fresh collection has a familiar design with updated season-appropriate materials. They feature no-sew construction and open mesh so you can sport them without socks. Plus, this new rendition also has a stay-put tongue and antimicrobial liner. Lace up and air your feet out with the Air Max 1 Breathe
and Air Max 90 Breathe
, currently available at Sneakerhead.
April 14, 2014 4:03:53 PM PDT
Nike retro releases allow people to relive a time in their life by grabbing a sneaker the second time around, and also introduce a previously released model to a whole new audience for the first time. The Nike Air Max 98
, originally released in 1998, has always been an underground cult classic that never experienced the popularity of other Air Max models, including the Air Max 90, Air Max 95, or Air Max 97. But, there are many, many sneakerheads that are happy to see their return. They sport full-length Max-Air cushioning for superior comfort, and sweeping lines for a distinct style. For whatever reason your picking up this retro release, get them while you can in your favorite colorway now at Sneakerhead.
February 21, 2014 4:06:44 PM PST
Nike is celebrating the "Year Of The Horse" by releasing several themed models, including this fresh pack that includes a women's Air Max 1
and Air Force 1
. Both sneakers share a similar design, materials, and colorway. They are constructed with a combination of leather and suede, have turquoise accents, translucent outsoles, and gold "Year Of The Horse" lace tags. To complete the "Year Of The Horse" theme, Nike adorned these models with a bold embroidered horse emblem in red on the heel and tongue. You can currently find them now at Sneakerhead. Also, look for the Nike Dunk Sky High, which shares the same look coming soon.
January 3, 2014 6:15:41 PM PST
Inspired by the Nike Night Track, a running sneaker released in the 70s, the limited edition Nike Air Max 1 Hyperfuse "Night Track" Pack
features a blend of old and new. Available in metallic silver with either blue or red accents, they have a lightweight Hyperfuse upper that combines 3 layers seamlessly for a comfortable fit. Nike also incorporated reflective laces, and a high gloss lining with glitter accents. Plus, to stay true to the decade that brought us disco, the Night Track Pack also has a semi-translucent outsole with sparkly glitter accents. Get your boogie on and pick up your favorite color today.
November 27, 2013 3:46:02 PM PST
Designed by legendary designer Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Max 180
was first introduced in 1992 and at the time of its release, contained 50% more air than any other previous Nike model. They become an instant hit after becoming the "off court" choice for many players of the "1992 Dream Team," including Michael Jordan. The "OG Pack"
includes two coloways that will definitely take you back to the early nineties, including one pair with bright concord accents and a metallic gold Swoosh, and another with magenta and laser crimson color pops. Plus, they also sport, "180 AIR" on the tongue, a comfortable inner bootie that keeps your feet in place, and a visible Air Max unit. It's hard to go wrong with either colorway. Cop your favorite (or both) now.