After having shown you already the clean white/metallic silver version earlier today, we now take a closer look at the Nike Air Max 1 FB Woven in the black/black-sail-metallic gold version of the sneaker. A mix of leopard embroidered canvas and black patent leather gives the shoe a completely different appearance from its white counterpart. Furthermore Nike added a few metallic gold accents to the sneaker, which is a nice contrast to the otherwise dark upper. You can pre-order the sneaker now from afew.Nike unveils its classic Air Max 1 silhouette in a premium “Geometric Black” colorway. The black suede upper comes covered with a silver shattered glass pattern overlay that is complemented with a dark grey tongue and laces.
A clean white midsole breaks up the shoe, while a black and silver outsole finishes the monochromatic iteration off. No word yet when they’ll be released, but as always we’ll keep you up to date once we know more.Nike expands its catalog of Air Max 1 makeups for 2015 with a new “Grey/Black/Volt” iteration. The shoe is dominated by a grey and black leather upper, with volt trim on the eyelets, tongue and outsole to shake things up. The relatively pared-down colorway lends itself well to the all-time classic Air Max 1 silhouette, while you can get to copping over at Swiss retailer titolo.Also check out our report on 2015’s 10 most valuable sneakers of Q2.First debuted during March’s Air Max Day celebrations, Nike’s”Triple Black” iteration of the Air VaporMax more or less achieved grail status overnight. With the shoe now fetching more than triple (how ironic) its original price on the resale market, the Swoosh has announced a second run for June 20.
As well as an in-house release, you may also recall how the kicks were also given a high-end rework by COMME des GARÇONS x NikeLab. The traditional version features a flyknit upper with a sock-like collar and tonal bumper, while revolutionary Max Air tooling underneath rounds off the slick and highly futuristic look.Look out for the second”Triple Black” drop at Nike accounts on June 20 for a price of $190.Staying with Nike, the Air Max Flair has arrived.With so many kicks on the market, finding the best of the best calls for a little bit more than just strolling into the shoe store with some spare change. To help you isolate the best of the bunch, our Sneaker of the Week is a chance for us to highlight some shoes that you need to add to your rotation. Thanks to some help from Finish Line, we’re calling out the best sneakers on shelves today.