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The legendary Nike Air Force 1 High will be getting two new acid-wash colorways soon — one in canvas, the other in tumbled leather. The canvas AF1 boasts a louder look with acid-wash print across the upper and solid tan branding and lacing system to break things up, while the leather version opts for an all-black look with an acid-wash swoosh. Both sneakers share an all black sole, and the latest AF1 branding on the heel and tongue tab. –HB

Nike’s Air Max 270 is back in White/Metallic Silver-Blue. Not to be confused with its “Photo Blue”iteration, the upcoming edition displays a gradient finish on its translucent outsole unit. Its engineered mesh upper returns in white with subtle metallic silver accents throughout its branding. The large Air Max unit is presented in blue as the toe portion of the outsole sees a touch of red. Retailing for $150, the Nike Air Max 270 in White/Metallic Silver-Blue is expected to drop at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online soon. –HB


Nike Air Max 97 “Pull Tab”

Varying shades of blue mix in with clean white along its leather/textile-constructed upper, with subtle splashes of red showing face on the mini Swooshes found throughout. The new rendition makes its mark through the statement “N”-branded pull tab running from the vamp area all the way up the length of the tongue, in addition to the Air Max strip detail found at the heel.  Priced at $170, you can find this Nike Air Max 97 model at such retailers as Notre. –HB

Nike‘s long list of hybrids continues with its Air VaporMax 97 model. This time around women receive a special “Metallic Dark Sea” iteration. Its Air Max 97 upper displays the aforementioned color in addition to black and white accents found on its branding. The translucent Air VaporMax unit provides additional flexibility in comparison to the support system of the original AM97. Nike’s branding makes its way to the lateral and medial sides in addition to the tongue patch and heel tab. –HB


Nike Air Max 98 “AOP” Pack

After donning a tonal “Team Red” look, Nike‘s Air Max 98 turns up the dial with a bold “AOP” (All-Over Print) pack that’s sure to turn heads. The flashy release includes two colorways of black/white, which debuted in April, and a never-before-seen army green camo version. The black and white version features a high-contrast, geometric print across the upper with a solid black mudguard, while the camo pair opts for varying shades of army green throughout the entire upper.


Nike Air Huarache Drift Breathe

The new silhouette debuts in two clean monochrome colorways of “Sand” and “Clay Green.” The Huarache Drift Breathe maintains the same teched-out look of the OG Air Huarache design, updated with a flexible engineered mesh and nylon upper that allows for ultimate ventilation and a light step. A sock-like ankle and rope lacing system is anchored by a sturdy heel-to-midfoot caging overlay, while original “Huarache” branding patches at the tongue maintain the sneaker’s heritage. –HB


Nike Air Max 90 “Black/Volt”

Swathed in a deep black base, subtle color contrast found in the “Volt”-hued Air Max branding and the green-tinged Air bubble help stylishly break up the sneaker’s simple, yet somber palette. The uppers combine a mixture of material compositions, which sees leather applied on the toe box/side panel area, with mesh hitting the vamp and heel regions and a premium suede strip found lining the mudguard area. Priced at $130, you can find this new Nike Air Max 90 at such retailers as Sneaker Politics. –HB

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