One of the more underrated releases for this year’s Air Max Day, Nike released the debut colourway of the Air Max Pre-Day. Channeling 1970s style with modern day tech and sustainability practices, these incorporate recycled materials in both the upper and sole, and completely expose the Air Max unit on the heel, showcasing it in its totality. Check out my review to learn more about this new Nike model and let me know down below if you’re feeling them or not.
The 2004 classic Air Max 90 “Bacon” made its return for this year’s Air Max Day. Originally a collaboration with former NYC-based boutique, Dave’s Quality Meats, these were long overdue for a retro! Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they are on feet! Was this a W or an L for you guys?
Dropping this past Air Max Day, the Nike Air Max 1 “Evolution of Icons” celebrates the legendary Air Max silhouettes that came before it in this mismatching “What The” styled shoe. Taking components of iconic colourways of past Air Max models like the “Infrared” Air Max 90, “Neon” Air Max 95, and “Silver Bullet” Air Max 97, these are a great pair to celebrate 34 years of Air Max. Check out my review to learn about all the details that went into this pair!
Dropping this past Air Max Day, Nike brought back a familiar shoe but with a twist. Inspired by the 2013 Atmos Air Max 90 “Duck Camo”, this year’s Air Max Day release reversed the Infrared and Black accents, creating an all-new pair for sneakerheads to enjoy in 2020. Check out my in-depth review to get a closer look, and share your thoughts on this pair down in the comments below!
With this year’s Air Max Day now behind us, my latest review covers an Air Max 90 I created through the Nike By You (Nike ID) sneaker customization platform. Paying homage to the 2014 “Air Max Day” Air Max 1s, these were a fitting tribute in my eyes. Check out my review to get a closer look and share your opinions down below!
Livestock hooked me up with a pair of the upcoming collaboration between Japanese retailer, Atmos and Nike Sportswear, with the Air Max2 Light! Inspired by retro Nike apparel and constructed in a patchwork fashion, these are arguably the loudest pair to ever be in my collection! Check out my early review and share your thoughts below!
Familiar partners, Size? and Nike, have teamed up again for Air Max Day 2019 to release their take on the 1989 classic – the Air Max Light. Inspired by zero gravity, these literally have the Nike Air logos upside down, and cover the upper with 3M! Check out my review to see more, and share your thoughts down below!