Tag: Womens Sneakers

Nike WMNS Air Max Verona in 90s Colorways

New colorways of the Nike Air Max Verona, a women’s silhouette debuted in early 2020, draw bold and bright colorway-inspiration from classic ’90s runners, including the OG white and blue Nike Air Verona (the first women’s-specific Air Max), the crimson and magenta Nike Air Max 180 (the first Air Max to featured blow-molded 180 Max Air in the heel) and a women’s pink and blue colorway of the 1992 Nike Air Pegasus (Nike’s longest-running franchise). In addition to…

Nike Women’s Mystery Pack: Air Force 1 LX & Air Max 98 LX

The latest women’s Nike Air Force 1 LX and Air Max 98 LX conceal mystery colorways underneath a white upper layer made of textile, a breathable, synthetic material. That layer offers a creative function: Wearers can peel back as much — or as little — material for a one-of-a-kind design. (The shoe packaging provides additional details to guide the creative process.) Both styles will be available with two distinct…

WMNS Jordan Max 200 XX

In the design of Jordan Max 200 XX, the geometric pattern formed by the familiar straps of the Jordan 8 form a distinctive motif. The abstraction connects the shoe to Jordan Brand’s overarching intent to relay an innovative and function-first approach to delivering new staples for women.  The Jordan Max 200 XX features one of Nike’s latest Air units and an unmistakably…

Women’s Air Jordan OG

In 1998, Jordan Brand, then in its initial season, created its first women’s Air Jordan silhouette. The shoe’s aesthetic linked with the dimpled leather of the Air Jordan XIII, while the herringbone traction signaled high-performance intent. Its inspiration came from an emerging community of professional female players — stamping both a new style on the game and spurring its growth across the world.  The…