The middle child, more affectionately known as the Nike Air Force 1 Mid, returns in a premium execution with an added scaly texture.
Nike Sportswear is offering up an LV8 edition of the Air Force 1 Mid in layers of smooth snake textured leather. Colour options for the sneaker include a black edition which has been released in FootPatrol London.
Outfitted in monotone Gym Red with faux snakeskin leather encapsulating the toe and panelling, a customary ankle strap provides a time-honoured style with an aesthetic update that also aids in lock down support. The look is finished with a white mid sole.
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.
So my resolution for 2013 to not purchase as many sneakers as I did in 2012 is looking like a immediate failure within the month of January alone. YES I have red sneakers already but you can’t deny it, your loving the Blood Sports Red, Nike Air Max 1’s which are due for a January release in all NSW (Nike SportsWear) stockists globally. These will officially be my first pair of Air Max 1’s, and from the constant reviews and praise these get, I am looking forward to owning them, especially for those long DJ sets I’ll be doing.