The popular Bred theme lands on the Nike Air Max 1 Premium this summer, sporting an official colourway of Black, Oil Grey and University Red. The runner features a black suede upper with matching textile underlays, while oil grey accents are seen above the toe box and leather Swooshes on the sides. Finally, a white midsole and university red accents are seen on the embroidered mini swooshes on the toe area, and rubber outsole with pops of black.
Retailing for £130, look for the Nike Air Max 1 Premium Bred at select Nike Sportswear stockists and online on August 11th.
The Fall colours are in now!! Sorry, just a little excited. Anyway, Nike is throwing us some Autumn colourways lately and its all fire. The latest from the Swoosh dips the classic Air Max 95 in a deep wine edition.
The “Port Wine/Bordeaux” colour scheme wraps around the entire upper of the shoe. Suede hits the toe panels, while mesh finds its way near the lacing system. The ribbed side panels of the shoe feature the signature gradient, but also boasts a glossy finish. A white mid-sole breaks apart things for a well rounded look.
It’s been a slow-burning fire for the Air Max 97 as Nike is prepared to hit us with a slew of colourways after dropping two originals in the “Silver Bullet” and Metallic Gold as well as premium takes in the premium Snakeskin version. We know of not one, not two, but twenty colourways and styles of the Air Max 97 that are set to arrive in the coming months. Along with the classic AM97 build, there will be an Ultra Jacquard version and even the Ultra SE style. There’s a gallery of twenty upcoming Air Max 97s, so check them out and prepare yourself for the “Marina Blue” colourway coming on August 1st.
This latest Nike Air Max 1 release comes with a Blood Red look that is fitting for the ghoulish date just around the corner. Boasting a blood red leather upper joined with a black base, this is a dramatic twist to the “Bred” colorway that has dominated as of late. Featuring premium construction across its tumbled leather and canvas build, these make for a look that is not only fitting for fall, but year around statement-making. Whether or not you’re in the fright business, this Nike Air Max 1 “Blood Red” certainly is mean looking.
The Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential returns in two very strong colorways for Summer 2015. One of the newer versions of the iconic runner, the Air Max 90 Ultra Essential comes with a seamless upper, yet all the design details that made it a classic in the first place.
The sneaker will be released in a new infrared colorway and a beautiful blue legend colorway with hot lava accents.
No UK release date available at this time, keep an eye out on Nike.com and Nike Europe via twitter for more info.