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.
The Nike Air Max 1 "Woven" is a revamped version of the classic Air Max 1. Originally released in 1987, the Nike Air Max 1 is the first model to ever have a visible Air-Sole unit. Since then, this iconic runner has been constructed in nearly every material, colorway, and pattern imaginable. Available in Midnight Navy
, Pale Shale
, and Black
, this "Woven" edition features a leather upper with woven details on the heel and toebox, tonal laces, and a contrasting white outsole. You can cop all three colorways now at Sneakerhead.
Nike originally dropped the Nike Ahola and its island-inspired design in 1984 to commemorate the Honolulu Marathon. Thirty years later, the fresh floral pattern is back and being incorporated into several classic Nike models, including the Air Max 1. The Nike Air Max 1 "Aloha Pack" is available in women's sizes and features a tropical print, combination suede and mesh upper, visible Air-Sole unit, and a rubber outsole. If you're feeling the island style of the "Aloha Pack" look for them to be released real soon.
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.
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
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.