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|The Nike Air Max 1 proper has its work cut out at the moment, this recent Hyperfuse edition sort of pushing the spotlight towards the futuristic look. As a return volley the Tinker Hatfield classic has suited up in a premium look, skipping out on the mesh that usually accompanies the model with a material switch up that slides in a bit more leather here and there. Stick around after the jump for some clear cut views of these three Nike Air Max 1 Premium releases and be on the lookout for them at NSW accounts like Overkill come November 2012.
The Nike Air Max 90 continues to carve out new colorblocking patterns two decades after its debut, this latest pair opting for both a novel material and template. This mix of black, Canyon Gold and white is nothing we haven t seen from other Pittsburgh-style releases in the past, but the way it s laid out on the leather body of this particular AM90 is unlike just about every makeup we ve seen from this silo. The pre-order is perfectly timed with the NFL season getting underway this week, but you ll have to wait until October before they arrive at Nike Sportswear retailers like Titolo.
Up until a few days ago it was looking like the Nike Air Penny V would be strictly a holiday affair, forced to fight for space in the jam packed Christmas season of sneaker shopping. As it turns out the sneaker is making a surprise debut a lot sooner than that, this week to be exact when the Red Eagle hits retailers on Saturday. Once that high school pair has been introduced the model will be making the transition to the pros, calling out various squads Penny spent time with as on the Phoenix Suns version here. Stay with us after the jump for the full photos and keep it locked on Sneaker News for a more precise release date on this Nike Air Penny V.
A little over two years ago, Sneaker News readers got their first look at themed Nike Air Max 1 schematics by graphic artist Matt Stevens. Matt s Air Max 1-A-Days started as an online project, saw its first exhibition upon Schuh-You s Afew reopening last summer and clinched a Kickstarter goal soon after that wound up with these delightful takes on the original Air Max runner bound in a hard cover. A short while after the MAX100 book hit came off the presses, we got our first glimpse at what might happen were Steven s sketches to be made into actual AM1s.
The first teaser shots we had of this Air Jordan V on the way for 2013 caused quite a stir amongst Air Jordan enthusiasts, with the lack of a 23 hit on the side leading many to hope that Jordan Brand would go all out with the OG treatment and slap Nike Air on the back. While that isn t the case (look elsewhere for Nike Air Jordans in 2013) they are still looking fairly true to the originals in all other departments as shown by this latest gallery. Click through to get the first good look this January 26th Air Jordan V in white/black/red (still no official word on which particular red though) and let us know in the comments below if you ll be adding them to your rotation.
For a fresh week of Classics Revisited, Sneaker News will revisit the Air Force 1 Low for a second time (simply because one pair of Forces per night for five days simply was not enough)! Right smack in the middle of the 2000 s, the Air Force 1 Low took a distinct turn; the shoe was made popular by earlier releases thanks to durable yet delicate leathers and suedes, but most of what came out of the Nike Sportswear production line featured patent leather galore. Kiwis, Easters, LeBron James Premiums, Scarfaces, Halloweens all of these great Air Force 1 releases had patent leather in common. Perhaps the most coveted of these shiny Air Force 1s is the Houston Astros version; this particular pair, like the aforementioned models, utilizes the glossy patent leather on the upper in the colors of the Houston Astros throwback uniforms