Category Archives: Nike Air Max

This New Nike Air Safari “Cobblestone” Is Now Available At Oneness For $100

The original colorway of the Air Safari has appeared over several of Nike’s other footwear, such as the LunarCharge. This was actually not something new for the LunarCharge, considering that it has previously been dressed up in color schemes inspired by original Air Max colorways. Most recently, the slip-on LunarCharge mimicked the original Air Safari colorway, especially the signature pebble print that appeared over the rear end of the shoe. Many of you were probably not expecting the Air Safari itself to return, but it actually did this year, and now it on its way to retailers once again in a brand new colorway. Continue reading This New Nike Air Safari “Cobblestone” Is Now Available At Oneness For $100

New Colorways Of The Nike Air VaporMax & VaporMax Plus Are Coming Soon

Nike’s Air Max line dates back to 1987 when the Air Max 1 was introduced. After 31 years, Nike continues to whip up brand new Air Max models. Back in March 2016, Nike unveiled the futuristic Air VaporMax, which was equipped with Air units in the form of standalone outsoles. The VaporMax was more flexible and lighter, due to the lack of bulky, traditional foam midsoles. In commemoration of Air Max Day 2017, Nike introduced the brand new Air VaporMax Plus, a hybrid rendition that had uppers resembling those of the Air Max Plus. By the end of last year, Nike had also unveiled the Air VaporMax 2.0. Continue reading New Colorways Of The Nike Air VaporMax & VaporMax Plus Are Coming Soon

Nike Will Be Celebrating Air Max Day With A Month Of Special Releases

Within the sneaker community, March 26th has been celebrated as Air Max Day for several years now. In fact, it was back in 2014 when the year in which Air Max Day was first announced. Back in 1987, March 26th was the date on which the Air Max 1 debuted and that is what Air Max Day celebrates, along with the numerous additions that have been made to the Air Max line over the years. Ever since, Nike has been dropping special Air Max releases to celebrate Air Max Day. In 2018 though, it seems that Nike has declared March as “Air Max Month,” with back-to-back Air Max releases. Continue reading Nike Will Be Celebrating Air Max Day With A Month Of Special Releases

Nike Hopes To Better Cater Its Female Demographic With The Unlaced Retail Concept

For a long time, men have been dominating sneaker culture. In fact, until recently, teenage boys accounted for a majority of the sneakerhead population, or at least those who lineup to cop the latest drops. Arguably, this might be due to the fact that most, if not all, of the hottest sneaker releases end up have been arriving in men’s sizes only. Fortunately, this has been gradually changing. In fact, Nike has been at the forefront of bringing about this change. Sales from Nike’s current female demographic add up to $6.6 billion, but by 2020, the American sportswear giant is expecting to expand this business up to $11 billion Continue reading Nike Hopes To Better Cater Its Female Demographic With The Unlaced Retail Concept

Nike Will Be Introducing A Strap-Equipped Variation Of The Air VaporMax In 2018

Over the recent years, Nike has upgraded the uppers of their Air Max sneakers every so often. For instance, they added Flyknit to make it more breathable and added Flywire to provide more support to the uppers. Until 2016 though, Nike did not make any major changes to the key feature of the Air Max sneakers. That was until the Air VaporMax debuted last year, back in March 2016, during a Nike Innovation event, where several other sneakers were also introduced. One year has passed since the Air VaporMax debuted and it seems that Nike will soon be dropping a new variation that will feature a strap. Continue reading Nike Will Be Introducing A Strap-Equipped Variation Of The Air VaporMax In 2018

The Nike Air More Uptempo “Flax/Wheat” Will Arrive In November Instead Of October

The Nike Air More Uptempo debuted 25 years ago and it played a tremendous role in the brand’s exception 1995-1996 campaign. Wilson Smith, currently Nike’s Design Director, was the one who designed the Air More Uptempo. During the 1996 NBA Finals, Scottie Pippen adopted the Air More Uptempo as his sneaker of choice, and he even wore it for that year’s Summer Olympics in Atlana, where Team USA won the gold medal. As of now, sneakerheads are probably waiting for Nike to drop the Air More Uptempo “Flax/Wheat.” However, apparently it will be available on its scheduled release date, but another colorway is on its way. Continue reading The Nike Air More Uptempo “Flax/Wheat” Will Arrive In November Instead Of October

The Upcoming Nike Air VaporMax Laceless Will Soon Become Available On NIKEiD Too

Nike first introduced their proprietary Air technology back in 1978 when the Tailwind running shoe debuted. When the Air Max 1 debuted after nine years in 1987, the Air technology was on full display in the form of a visible bubble within its soles. This year, in celebration of the Air Max 1’s 30th anniversary, Nike introduced the Air VaporMax, which took the Air technology to a whole new level. 2017 has not even ended, but Nike is all set to drop two colorways of the soon-to-debut variation, the VaporMax Laceless. Not just that, the Nike Air VaporMax is apparently also going to become available on NIKEiD. Continue reading The Upcoming Nike Air VaporMax Laceless Will Soon Become Available On NIKEiD Too