Nike Air Max 1 Design By Japan
Tinker Hatfield's Air Max 1 is a timeless footwear piece loved by many. Ever since it debuted in 1987, the sportswear giant continued to introduce the model in various colourways and collaborations. The latest Nike Air Max 1 Design By Japan takes on a theme that pays homage to the Japan's SNKRS community and an archived made-in-Japan model. Official images are now live, so read on for a closer look!
The pair begins with a colour arrangement consisting of white, green, and orange hues. If you're a huge fan of vintage Nike models, you'll recognise that these AM1s are inspired by Japan's early running shoe from 1978, the Sting. In terms of material layout, this AM1 display a mix of leather, suede, and mesh accents. Classic Nike branding details and the iconic Air midsole unit beneath the fee painted in yellow give these Air Max 1s an aged look. A themed silver hangtag completes the look of these Air Max trainers.
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