It’s not long until Air Max Day 2017 finally arrives and Nike hasn’t wasted any time detailing itsbiggest releases to celebrate the occasion. It’s also been revealed that the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit silhouette will soon drop in a timeless black and white colorway iteration.A modern take on the iconic runner, the uppers feature a detailed Flyknit construction, which is both lightweight and sturdy due to the hyperfuse overlay. The new drop leads up to the heavily-hyped Air Max Day Collection set to release on March 26, while this new model of the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit is scheduled for a March 2 release.In other news, infamous sneaker reseller Allen Kuo resurfaced online to flaunt his extensive YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Zebra” supply.
When Nike first released the Air Max 1 on March 26, 1987, it released not just a shoe, but a huge branch of sneaker culture. It revolutionized the game, and that’s why every year the Swoosh unites to celebrate the original drop with a host of new retros, remixes and innovations.While Nike is sure to be keeping some of its cards close to its chest ahead of the big day, it has just announced some of the biggest releases set to debut throughout the month of March. We already knew the Air Max Day 2017 collection would include the atmos x Nike “Elephant” (it won the Vote Back last year) but there are also a load of new treats and surprises in store for us.
Check out the biggest releases Nike has planned below.Nike couldn’t celebrate the Air Max Day without rereleasing the kicks that started it all — the Air Max 1. Originally released in 1987, the Air Max 1 introduced the world to visible Nike Air cushioning with a classic Tinker Hatfield design in three iconic colorways: “Classic white,” “Red/Grey/White,” and “Blue/Grey.” All three look set for another run out.The Air Max 90 Flyknit combines the OG 90 design with the latest in sneaker technology. A Flyknit upper increases flexibility, while a cored-out midsole decreases weight and increases comfort. Click through the gallery above to see the different colorways.