Nike Air Max 1 “Puerto Rico”

Nike has nodded to Puerto Rico throughout the years with silhouettes that celebrate Puerto Rico’s culture. To commemorate the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade in NYC, this Air Max 1 gears up for the festivity with embroidered Puerto Rican flags on the heel and “PR” branding on the tongue tab. “Pa’lante Mi Gente” can be found on the inner tongue, while the…

Nike Air Max2 Light SP “Royal Cream”

Nike is offering up a diverse color mix to style this edition of the Air Max2 Light. A special edition release, the sneaker is paneled in white, black, green, yellow, red, racing blue, dark obsidian and a touch of orange. The multicolor creation is built in multiple materials that include mesh, leather and textiles. The playful is a perfect option for summer…

Nike Air Max Tailwind IV “Metro Grey”

The Tailwind franchise hit the ground running in the late ‘70s, but in 1999 Nike introduced a well cushioned Air Max Tailwind IV—best known for its radical upper design. This latest Air Max Tailwind IV arrives with bold, dark colors on the upper, tongue and outsole while gold accents throughout deliver a vibrant finish. This season’s return of the Nike Air Max…

Nike Air Max2 Light SP “Armory Navy”

Nike Sportswear just dropped a special edition of the Air Max2 Light in a colorful palette. The drop sees the sneaker fitted in layers of habanero red, armory navy and radiant emerald with a shade of yellow on the Swoosh. The sneaker’s separates itself from the standard Air Max2 Light release with leather swapping out mesh on the underlay that stretches from…

On-Foot: Nike Air Max2 Light “Habanero Red”

Nike had already experimented with expanding Air into a larger unit, but in 1994, Nike pulled the trigger and introduced the four-chambered Air Max2 unit with two different pressure systems. Staying true to the original, this Air Max2 Light features a breathable mesh upper with synthetic overlays while bold red accents highlight the ‘90s running staple. The Nike Air Max2 Light is…