This summer Nike wants you to take a walk on the wild side with the new Nike Air Max 90 "Python Pack." The pack includes two Air Max 90 models with faux python snakeskin overlays. The White / Particle Grey-Anthracite colorway first released in 2003, and has a complete leather upper with a shiny metallic silver visible Air Sole unit. The less subtle "Green Python" edition also has a leather upper, Black / Cyber-Fir colorway, striking green snakeskin overlays, and bright red accents on the heel/visible Air Sole unit. Whatever colorway you want to add to your collection, look for both Air Max 90 models dropping soon.
Constructed with a translucent stretch-woven upper and equipped VaporMax Air technology, the Nike VaporMax 2019 is a lightweight sneaker that provides responsive cushioning. Plus, they also have an internal cage for stability, and rubber pods on the outsole for durability. Available in array of colorways, this "Racer Blue/Bright Crimson" model features a striking color scheme that's begging to be worn with your summer fits. Check out the pics for more details, and look for the Nike VaporMax 2019 "Racer Blue/Bright Crimson" dropping soon.
Gabrielle Serrano is a Queens-native, photographer, sneakerhead, and winner of the New York City chapter of Nike's "On Air" event. The Nike Air Max 98 OA GS "La Mezcla" (or "the mix"), was inspired by New York City and the people that make it special. The crackled treatment on the mudguard mimics the city's ever-present concrete, while the gradient-colored panels represent the cultural diversity that reside within its concrete walls. Other Big Apple-inspired elements include Statue of Liberty-colored laces, and the coordinates for Times Square printed on a suede overlay. Check out the pics for more details. And, look for this and other "On Air" models releasing soon.
In 2014 Nike dropped the Air Max Lunar90 "Moon Landing" that featured a molded upper with allover print inspired by the surface of the moon. Five years later, Nike is taking us back into orbit with the Air Max 90 "Mars Landing." This striking celestial model also has a molded upper, but this time the allover "crater-like" print is inspired by the Red Planet. The upper is also reflective, and sits atop a speckled midsole. To complete the look the "Mars Landing" also have metallic accents, and a translucent sole. If you're looking for an out of this world style, look for the Nike Air Max 90 "Mars Landing" dropping soon.
Originally released in 1994, the Nike Air Max2 Light was a follow-up to the Nike Air Max Light, which released five years earlier. With a striking multi-color "jagged" design, shocking lightweight construction, and dual-pressure Air Sole units in the heel, it was an instant hit. Now after 25 years, this feather-light Air Max model is back. The highly anticipated 2019 version of the Nike Air Max2 Light stays true to the initial release and has a mesh upper with synthetic overlays, Max Air units, vivid color pops, and a durable rubber outsole. Check out the University Gold/Flash Crimson-White colorway now available at Sneakerhead.
This year has been a big year for Nike Air Max hybrid creations. We have already seen the Air Max 90/1, Air Max 1/97, Vapormax Plus, and Vapormax 97 - to name a few. But, the latest mashup that's turning heads is the Nike Air Max 97/BW. Dressed up in striking Metallic Silver, this model has an upper design taken directly from the Air Max BW, but instead of the typical big window (or BW) Air-Sole unit, it features the midsole/outsole of the popular Air Max 97. Although some hybrids don't always seem to work out, the Nike Air Max 97/BW works seamlessly. You can get your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Designed by Sergio Lozano, the Nike Air Max 95 is one of the most recognized and beloved Air Max models ever created. Inspired by the human anatomy, they originally featured a gradient upper with two forefoot Air cushions equipped with "air pressure technology" for a custom and responsive fit. The newly released Nike Air Max 95 OG "Solar Red" stays true to the original design with grey hues and bright Solar Red color accents on the upper and see-through Air-Sole units. You can purchase this hard-to-miss classic Air Max model now at Sneakerhead.
Worlds collide with the Nike Air Vapormax 97. This hybrid model combines past and present Air models for a new creation that comes together seamlessly. The Nike Air Vapormax 97 features the upper of an Air Max 97, which has a design inspired by the Japanese Bullet Train, and an Air-Sole unit of the popular Air VaporMax. Plus, they are constructed with a leather upper, have reflective accents, pull tabs, and semi-translucent tooling. Check out the pics for more details. You can cop this model now at Sneakerhead.
Since 1987 the Nike Air Max 1 has been released in a wild array of materials, colorways, and patterns. Yet, Nike also knows sometimes you just want to lace up a clean and simple pair of Air Max 1s, like these two new AM1 arrivals that just hit the shelf. Available in tonal white or tonal black, these fresh models both share a nylon and leather upper, signature visible Max Air unit, and sit atop a contrasting gum rubber outsole. Whether you need to add a white or black pair of sneakers to your rotation, it's going to be harder to find a cleaner pair than these. You can purchase both colorways at Sneakerhead now.
The latest Nike pack was specifically designed for women and includes refined takes on several popular Air Max models. The Nike Women's "Guava Ice" Pack is made up of an Air Max 1, Air Max 90, Air Max 90 EZ, Air Max 95, and Air Max 97. They all share a feminine "Guava Ice" colorway, bronze accents, and quality-crafted materials. These design changes transform Nike running models that were originally designed for sport into sophisticated and stylish footwear options. The "Guava Ice" Pack is available for purchase now at Sneakerhead.
Warmer weather, flowers bloomin', backyard barbeques… spring is here! And, Nike is adding to the enjoyment with season-inspired sneakers, like the Nike Air Max 1 "Spring Mix". This stylish twist on a classic was designed for the ladies and is constructed with a canvas upper with vibrant floral graphic print. They also have a textile mudguard, signature visible Air Sole unit, pink Swoosh, and a gum rubber outsole. A great addition to your warmer weather wardrobe. You can shop for the Nike Air Max 1 "Spring Mix" at Sneakerhead now.
Just in time for fall, Nike recently released the autumn-inspired "Flax Collection," which includes the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 "Flax". This slimmed down, lighter version of the popular Air Max 90 features a flax suede upper, tonal details, signature Air Max cushioning, off-white midsole, and a gum rubber outsole. A perfect footwear choice to match with all your slightly colder weather wardrobe, the Nike Flax Collection also includes renditions of the Nike Air More Uptempo and the Nike Air Force Max. Check out the pics for details. You can purchase all three now at Sneakerhead.
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.