If you’re a proud Nike-head, these are for you. This Fall, Nike will release some logo-heavy classics that feature a barrage of vintage-style logos all around the upper, as seen on this Air Max 1. The iconic Just Do It slogan appears to be the prominent detail as it is featured on a huge banner on the heel and embroidered on the toe as well as the mudguard of the forefoot. This haphazard logo placement also lends to that DIY aesthetic that’s been the centerpiece of the brand’s initiatives with its Maker’s Studio experiences as well as the recently released 90/10 Pack, which allowed sneakerheads to add logos as they wished. This specific release is set to drop alongside the Air Max 90, Air Max 95, Air Force 1, and potentially other silhouettes this Fall.
Following on from recent “Dark Stucco/Vilvid Sulfur” and “Gray/Volt” takes on the Air Max 1, Nike has returned to the silhouette for a new understated colorway. The new version comes with a simple monochrome base — with a white mesh upper and black sole — which is overlaid with touches of “Dark Stucco” synthetic suede on the mudguard, logos and eyelets, while “Light Pumice” is used on overlays across the upper.
The women’s exclusive sneaker has been compared to Patta‘s “Chlorophyll” Air Max 1 collaboration, which released way back in 2009 and has become a highly sought after colorway since then. The ”White/Light Pumice/Black/Dark Stucco” Air Max 1 is available from the Nike web store now, with a pair priced at $110 USD.