To round off an eventful Air Max Day we have put together a selection of our favourite Air Max styles from across the years…
Nike Air Max 90 Current Huarache “Huf Quake”
Released back in 2009, the Air Max 90 Current Huarache was a hybrid model which took the shape of a the classic Air Max 90 with elements of the Huarache in the iconic heel support as well as hits of the Current theme. The shoe arrived in extremely limited numbers and featured the popular “Hufquake” pattern designed by skate and streetwear giants HUF. It was one of the most unique silhouettes to ever come through our door here at Urban Industry.
Nike Air Max 1 “Parra”
A high profile releases from 2010 saw Nike come together with two of Amsterdams heavyweights on a collaborative Air Max 1. Linking up with Dutch artist Parra and mainstay Patta, the shoe is constructed from a premium suede and mesh mix on the upper with boucle detailing on the swoosh branding. Offered up in rich burgundy with hits of light blue, colours that are regularly affiliated with the artist. The shoes were hugely popular and certainly didn’t hang around for long!
Nike Air Max 1 City Pack “Milan”
A stylish silhouette dedicated to one of the most stylish cities on the planet. The Milano arrived as part of the “Hometurf” pack back in 2013 and quickly caught peoples eye with its plush buttery suede on the upper and hits of atomic red on the outsole and inner lining.
Nike Air Max ’97 Premium Tape QS “Silver Bullet”
The Quick strike“Silver Bullet” release arrived alongside the Infrared 90 and Neon 95 OG editions from the Air Max OG Premium Tape pack. The shoe features silver taped up seams on the silver mesh upper with hits of red on the branding and black on the outsole. The Air Max 97 was the first style to feature the first full length visible midsole and continues to be one of the most sought after Air Max styles to date.
Nike Air Max 180 OG
The Air Max 180 was introduced to the world in 1991, offering up 180 degrees of Air Max cushioning which delivered 50 % more cushioning than previous models. Resurfacing in 2013 the classic “Ultramarine” version of the 180 arrived with an updated off-white midsole for a ‘vintage’ look and hits of blue and red on the retro mesh and leather upper. A timeless silhouette from Nike and their Air Max series.
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