‘Home Turf’ are the two words that have been on the lips of every Nike head and sneaker fiend alike these past few months. The Nike Air Max Home Turf pack celebrates three of the greatest European cities – London, Milan and Paris, with a veritable feast of Air Max goodness. Spread over 4 shoes per city, this pack of 12 shoes showcases a fusion of some of the all-time Nike greats as well as some of the more recent technological advancements of their Air Max range.
The breakdown of the pack sees 2 classic and 2 modern interpretations of the Air Max per city. Milan gets perhaps the pick of the bunch with the linen Nike Air Max 1. The other classic Milan shoe is the Air Max 90, and the pack is rounded off with an Air Max 97 and its 2013 iteration. London gets perhaps the most adventurous shoe of the pack with this fresh 2013 take on the Air Max 1, as well as a No Sew Air Max 95 and Hyperfuse takes on both the AM1 and AM90. Paris gets a more modern take on proceedings with an Air Max 2013 sitting next to a solid Air Max Classic BW and another Air Max 1 Hyperfuse. Perhaps the most interesting Paris model is the Air Max 90 Current, which sees the classic AM90 sat on top of a Current sole. All in all a really solid Quickstrike pack that has enough different styles in there to satisfy most folk.
Prices on this pack range from £116-£144. This is an extremely limited release so we are only allowing 1 per style per customer (i.e you can buy multiple different styles but not multiples of the same shoe). The shoes will be released online on Friday 29th March at 23:58 GMT at www.urbanindustry.co.uk. For UK customers: all of the Home Turf pack will ship on our Next Day service (picked when we are back after the Easter break on Tuesday 2nd April, and with you on Wednesday 3rd April). We do ship internationally (check out our reduced International Shipping rates HERE). For international customers: we charge in pounds Sterling (£) and please be aware that if you live outside of the EU, then you, the customer, will be liable for customs charges. Good luck!