This weekend we gave you a first look at the Nike Air Max 1 “Patch” OG. Here we follow up now and preview the full Nike Air Max OG Patch Pack. The pack consists of all the original colorways of the Nike Air Max 1, Nike Air Max 90 and Nike Air Max 95. All three Air Max icons return, this time featuring a range of Velcro patches that can be placed on dedicated spots around the uppers of the sneakers. Leading up to Air Max Day 2015, and of course the release of the Nike Air Max Zero, the Air Max 95 Patch OG releases on March 23, the Nike Air Max 90 Patch OG on March 24, and the Nike Air Max 1 Patch OG on March 25. Look out for the Tier Zero release at select sneaker retailers, including Solebox.
With the Swoosh celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Air Max 95 this year, they are appropriately bringing back a number of the more celebrated colorways from the silhouette’s two-decade history. Although this particular “Grape” edition is slightly lighter than the original variation, expect it to be a popular drop nonetheless. The pair boasts a grey-colored gradient upper with purple accents coming into play via the tongue, lacelets and branding. Additional teal detailing entices further, most notably thanks to the visible Air unit, as you’ll have to check back with us for a coinciding release date.
Are you guys digging these as much as the recently-released OG “Neon” joints?Nike has been on somewhat of a “colorway rampage” recently with its Air Max Zero silhouette, and its latest Quickstrike edition is now arriving in perhaps one of the sneaker’s most wearable colorways yet.Dubbed the “Metallic Silver” edition, the new pair features a silvery Hyperfuse upper, with hints of red appearing on the tongue and “Air” branding on the side. Balancing out the grey tones are hits of white on the side Swoosh logo and midsole, while black pervades the entirety of the sockliner, as well as the front and heel sections of the outsole. All-in-all, the result is a clean and simple colorway that offers a subtle bang in its metallic shine.