Kicking off the Air Max month of March, Nike released the “Have A Nike Day” collection headlined by the iconic Air Max 1. Dressed in pastel hues of suede and mesh, these have a strong retro feel to them that I love! Check out my in-depth review and see how they look on feet!
Probably the most sought after release of this year’s Air Max month calendar, the winner of last year’s Vote Forward contest finally dropped worldwide on Air Max Day. This mash up of an Air Max 1 and 97 by Sean Wotherspoon features a corduroy upper dressed in bright pastel shades that will be perfect for the coming spring and summer. Check out my latest review to hear my thoughts!
One of the more anticipated drops of Nike’s 2018 Air Max Month was the re-tooled Atmos Air Max 1 “Animal Pack”. Eleven years after the original release, these released once again with slight variations (but still holding true to the essence of the original), and sold out instantly. Check out my review and on-feet look of this iconic colorway!
The “Dusty Cactus” colourway of the Air Max 270 dropped today in celebration of Air Max Month. Inspired by the iconic Air Max 93 of the same colour scheme, these incorporate the largest heel Air unit ever on a Nike shoe. Check out my latest review and see how they are when worn on feet!
P.S. these are personally my favourite colourway so far of the Air Max 270! Don’t sleep!
Nike’s annual Air Max Month starts tomorrow which leads to a culmination on Air Max Day on March 26th! Historically, this month has been a great month for Nike enthusiasts with tons of heat drops, and at least here in Toronto, unique art installations and parties to celebrate the greatness that is Air. With so many pairs releasing, I have to be picky with what I’m planning on copping. With that said, these are the pairs that have caught my eye, sitting at the top of my list:
The newest silhouette from Nike Sportswear is the Air Max 270 which features the largest heel Air unit ever put on a Nike shoe. Launching in this striking “Hot Punch” colourway, these sold out quickly and if its any indication, means that the Air Max 270 is a model that’s here to stay! Check out my detailed review and share your thoughts below!
Often lost in the shuffle among its more popular Air Max siblings, the iconic Air Max 180 (or Air 180 as it was originally known as) from 1991, returned this past Friday. Featuring visible 180 degree Nike Air cushioning, these have that perfect retro aesthetic that is accented with splashes of ultramarine and solar red. Check out my latest review to see how they look on feet!