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Nike Air Max 180 “Black/Volt”

Our first look at Nike’s Air Max 180 “Black/Volt” model came last spring, however, with the new iteration recently coming up for retail release, new lifestyle images have surfaced, granting us a better look at this slick rework. Stark black makes up the majority of the shoe, not only blanketing the entire upper but its midsole unit as well. “Volt” landing in the Air unit, heel branding and insole adds subtle, yet sharp tonal contrast, which is then finished off with a translucent outsole. –HB

Dubbed “Win Some/Lose Some,” its vachetta tan and white leather upper rests atop a gold flaked translucent outsole. White laces are complemented with gold aglets as the leather tongue tabs see special gold foil. The same foil can also be seen on its insole and under the lace flaps. Housed inside a sealed co-branded ridged box is a foiled sticker pack and lucky gold coin in a velvet pouch, but the sneakers’ Swoosh logo holds the ultimate surprise. Read more…

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Nike Air Max 97 “Black & Yellow”

Nike’s Air Max 97 has returned with a new colorway offering. One of the most popular Air Max models sees a mix of black and silver throughout with subtle yellow accents found on its inner lining and full-length Air Max unit. The bottom half of the upper is designed with black as the top alternates grey and reflective silver throughout its piping. Branding finishes things off on the tongues, heels and each lateral and medial side. –HB

This Air Max 95 opts for a dark-tone base via black mesh and leather panels, as well as a black visible Air sole unit. All of this sets the stage for the multi-color paint stroke pattern, which appears along the wavy upper and at the insole, while paint splatter detailing throughout echoes the artistic theme. Final touches include gold-embroidered Nike branding, metallic gold lace tips and an embossed palm tree logo at the heel. –HB

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Nike Air Max 720 (Sneak Peek)

Nike has officially revealed its Air Max 270 follow up. Dubbed the Air Max 720, the lifestyle silhouette is tailored towards those who spend the majority of the day on their feet. Its new full-length Air Max unit surrounds the entire outsole giving it a futuristic look. Engineered mesh makes its way back to the upper as 720 branding is strategically placed on the heel right above the aforementioned Air Max unit. Take a look at the first look above. –HB

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Nike Air Max 270 “Ashen Slate”

New to the lineup is this “Ashen Slate” rendition, which sees grey mix in with both black and white accents. The engineered uppers take on the signature hue with black taking up space on the toe, heel, outsole and vertical-style heel bubble, while white finds a home on the front portion of the midsole. Statement Swoosh emblems appear on the forefoot and side with Air 270 branding found on the tongue and heel areas. Nike’s new Air Max 270 will be priced at $150 and will soon make its way to select Swoosh retailers. –HB

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Nike Air Max 97 ‘Metallic Gold’

The Nike Air Max 97 is back in a brand new colorway. Its striped upper sees metallic gold throughout with white added to the midsole. Its signature full-length Air Max unit returns with the support of a black outsole to complete the look. The lateral and medial side’s small Swoosh logos are complemented by tiny jewels to spice things up just a bit. This women’s iterations is currently available at select Nike Sportswear retailers for $160. –HB

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