In the annals of sneaker design, none holds more reverence, with the exception of http://jumpman23.com” target=”_blank”>Air Jordan, as the http://nike.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Air Max 1. Unlike most of its precursors at the time, the Air Max 1 was the few designed from scratch. In addition, it was done not by a “designer” with extensive experience, but by Tinker Hatfield, an architect. Partly influenced by High-Tech Architecture, a school of style where all the essential building components are exposed, like the http://centrepompidou.fr” target=”_blank”>Centre Georges Pompidou of Paris. Hatfield applied the same theme to the Air Max 1 via a cutaway of the midsole, leaving the Air Sole unit exposed. That bold gesture has since then sprung an entire brand as well as a following.
In addition to the countless Air Max’s and alike product, Nike just introduce a new colorway to the venerable Air Max 1, in White/Netural Grey-Vibrant Yellow. Now available at Berlin’s http://overkillshop.com” target=”_blank”>Overkill boutique.
Color: White/Neutral Grey-Vibrant Yellow
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