My latest pickup was the final pair of the Nike Air Max 1 Sketch to Shelf pack. This “Black Schematic” pair, probably the most limited pair of the three, is visually so striking with white details and outlines atop a black nubuck upper. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and share your opinions of them down below!
Next up in the “Sketch to Shelf” collection is the “Schematic” pair, which is a shoe’s blueprint come to life! This super clean pair in white and black is definitely one of the most unique Air Max 1s I’ve seen in quite some time! Check out my review to learn more!
Check out my review of the “Sketch” version here: https://youtu.be/eLhEHThp_m8
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My latest Air Max 1 pickup is inspired by windbreaker jackets from the 1990s! Done in bright, bold coloured leather panels atop a nylon upper, these have a retro aesthetic that is a joy to wear. Check out my latest review to learn more and see how they look on feet!
Nike Toronto hooked me up early with a pair of the upcoming Air Max 1 “Sketch to Shelf”! Paying homage to Tinker Hatfield’s original design sketches of the Air Max 1, these are one of the most unique Air Max 1s in a while! Check out my review to get an early look, and grab your pair this coming Saturday, July 13th!
Arguably the sleeper hit of the Nike On Air collection, the Air Max 1 “Tokyo Maze” draws inspiration by the intricate urban labyrinth of the city of Tokyo. With premium leather and a ton of accessories, these are a must have for any Air Max 1 fan out there! Check out my review to learn more!
Nike and Laika Studios teamed up once again to release the Air Max Susan – an Air Max 1 inspired by the main character, Mr. Link, of the newly released film, Missing Link! With amazing quality, and a myriad of materials, these are a must own for any Air Max fan – and truly stand out among the rest in my collection! Check out my review to learn more and to see how they are on feet!
The fourth colourway of the “Tinker” series of Air Jordan 3s is inspired by the original Air Max 1. Combining two of Tinker Hatfield’s most iconic designs, these Jordan 3s adopt the classic White/Red makeup that the Air Max 1 is commonly known for. Check out my latest review to learn more, and share your opinions down below!