How many ways can an Air Max be remixed? Endlessly apparently.
Nike’s Air Max Day was celebrated last week on March 26, marking the day the Air Max 1 was first released in 1987. Since it’s original release the Air Max silhouette has become known as one of the brand’s most iconic sneakers. Created by legendary Nike designer, Tinker Hatfield, it was the first shoe the company released that showcased the brand’s Air technology offering a visible window into the sole.
In the spirit of celebration, Nike is releasing a pair highlighted in ’Total Orange’.
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Now, it might remind some people of the “Infared” colour scheme at first glance which had a similar white mesh upper with grey suede and black leather accents. But this pair is a closer twin to the original release in the ’90s in height/size and has lighter orange accents.The Total Orange is placed on the tongue branding, bottom eyelet, around the Air Max unit, side branding, heel and part of the outsole.
Release date is not available yet — Retail price is set at $140.