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Nike Air Max 95 "Challenge Red" & "Tour Yellow"

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.

Nike Air Max 1 Lunar "OG Sport Red"

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.

Nike Air Max Breathe Collection

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.

Nike Air Max 98

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.

Nike Women's Air Max 1 & Air Force 1 "Year Of The Horse"

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.

Nike Air Max 1 Hyperfuse "Night Track" Pack

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.

Nike Air Max 180 "OG Pack"

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.

Nike "The Monotone Collection Vol. 1"

November 26, 2013 5:13:17 PM PST

Nike never stops re-imagining and transforming their classic models. With the Nike "The Monotone Collection Vol. 1" they took a break from vibrant colorways and spaceage "glow-in-the-dark" materials for a cleaner, minimalist approach. The collection includes an Air Trainer 1, Air Force 1, and an Air Max 1 that all share the same design. They have a combination metallic woven twill and canvas upper, with the canvas section and laces featuring speckled accents. All three models also boast a seamless Swoosh and tongue to complete the understated design. It's not an easy task to create a sneaker that keeps it clean and simple without blending in, but it's impossible to deny the understated style of The Monotone Collection Vol. 1 now at Sneakerhead.

Nike Air Max "Glow In The Dark" Pack

October 7, 2013 6:28:19 PM PDT

Nike has implemented "glow in the dark" materials into their sneaker designs for several years, and these visually stunning creations always get attention from blogs and sneakerheads. The latest to receive the vivid "glow" treatment is the Nike Air Max "Glow In The Dark" Pack, which includes an Air Max 1, an Air Max 90, and an Air Max 95. At first glance all three look like fresh white renditions of Air Max classics updated with Hyperfuse technology, but when then lights go out the transformation begins. They feature glow-in-the-dark accents on the tongue tag, a glow-in-the-dark outsole, and a glow-in-the-dark upper that reveals a striking animal-inspired design. So, you can rock them during the day for a clean look, and at night for when you want to get a little wild.

Nike "Engineered Mesh"

January 14, 2013 4:00:00 PM PST

Walking the fine line between updating a classic model, while still staying true to the original design is something Nike has mastered. We have already see a molded Vac Tech upper on the Air Force 1, seamless Hyperfuse construction on Air Max models, and Zoom Air implemented into the Nike Dunk. Next up for Nike, "Engineered Mesh." Lighter and stronger than traditional mesh, Engineered Mesh was first used on performance running sneakers. It has the capability to be constructed with varying perforation patterns, which allows for "zoned" construction. Not only does that mean that tighter patterns can be used on the upper where durability is needed, and looser patterns where ventilation is key, but it also adds a lot of design versatility. Check out Nike's latest innovation on classic Air Max models, including the Air Max 1, Air Max 95, and Air Max 97 now at Sneakerhead.

Nike Air Max 97 Hyperfuse

September 19, 2012 5:00:00 PM PDT

Nike gives one of their iconic runners an innovative makeover with the Nike Air Max 97 Hyperfuse. Decked out in its original Metallic Silver/Varsity Red-Black colorway, which was inspired by the Japanese Bullet Train, this 2012 version sports a seamless and lightweight Hyperfuse upper. Nike has implemented Hyperfuse on many of their classic Air Max models, including the Air Max 1, Air Max 90, and Air Max 95, but never before has the creation look so identical to the original. The Nike Air Max 97 also features a full-length visible Max Air unit, three reflective lines around the upper, and a metallic "Air Max" heel pull tab. Enjoy modern technology with a classic look thanks to the Nike Air Max 97 Hyperfuse now at Sneakerhead.

Nike Air Max 1 Premium 'Crepe'

November 4, 2010 5:00:00 PM PDT

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 or Black 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.

Nike Womens Air Max Turbulence+

July 1, 2010 5:00:00 PM PDT

The Nike Air Max Turbulence+ retro running shoe is made for the runner looking for a great cushioned and comfortable running shoe for all types of training. Lightweight mesh upper with virtually seamless design adds breathability and comfort. Synthetic overlay extending from the toe to the rear-foot wraps the heel for a snug, secure fit. Molded EVA sock liner conforms to the foot shape for fit and comfort. Low-pressure Nike Air unit in the heel responds to your cushioning needs. Five foam pillars surrounding the Nike Air unit add structural support and durability. Rubber outsole with Waffle pattern delivers durability and traction. Flex grooves in the forefoot give enhanced flexibility. We can only expect more Air Max Turbulence+ retro running shoe models to get the Air Attack touch as Nike continues to play with tonal color schemes.

Nike Air Max 90

June 15, 2010 5:00:00 PM PDT

The classic Nike Air Max 90 running shoe continues to release in new colorways, as here we feature a pair slated to has made its way to accounts. Nike recently introduced a new colorway of the historic Nike Air Max 90 running shoe in White / Anthracite

Nike Air Max 95

June 10, 2010 5:00:00 PM PDT

The Nike Air Max 95 really needs no introduction. The iconic sneakerhead favorite was originally introduced in 1995 with a concept that mimicked the human body: a midsole that represented the spine, panels that represented muscles, loopholes and straps represented the ribs and the mesh represented the skin. Nike's Air Max 95 running shoe has made a return to select Nike Sportswear retail shelves this Summer 2010 in a number of original Air Max 95 colorways, in addition to the "Blue Slate" Air Max 95. The running shoe uses a nice pattern to separate the colors. White can be seen on most of the sneaker, including the midsole and toe area. Red is put into use on areas such as the lace holders, Air Max unit, and the tongue label. The outsole is done up in black, leaving the rest of the sneaker for two shades of grey.
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