Next up on the list of classic Nike Air Max models to receive the updated Ultra reconstruction: the Air Max TN. Also known as the Air Max Plus, the cult classic Air Max model from 1998 gets modernized in a mesh upper with the signature TPU overlays in a streamlined treatment, while the sole gets lightened with more foam and less rubber. Along with the OG blue fade colorway, the Air Max TN Ultra also debuts in four new looks of red, black/iridescent, white/black, and red. No release date for the redesigned Air Max model has been announced yet, so stay tuned to Sneaker News for further updates.
With this year’s Air Max Day 2016 celebration in the books, Nike Sportswear already has big plans for next year’s festivities, as the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Elephant” will be returning. Fans has a number of awesome Air Max selections to choose from in a recent Nike poll, and this atmos collab came out on top to be the defacto release of Air Max Day 2017’s release slate. Hopefully Nike won’t tinker with the material construction like we recently saw with the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Safari” retro, but for now, details remain limited. Let us know if you’re excited about this Air Max 1’s return in the comments section.
Persian Violet” has always been a timeless Nike colorway, and this year it’s been rejuvenated thanks to new Huarache and Presto releases. It was only right then that the Swoosh would bring back one of the original silhouettes to debut the colorway, the Air Max BW. Although it has returned multiple times the past few years, the BW is a nice change of pace from the technologically-advanced runners that dominate the category today. If you are feeling nostalgic and want to pick up a pair, the sneaker is avaialble at select shops around the globe like Rock City Kicks.