Air Max dynasty 2

Never really pair any mind to the Nike Air Classic BW, but this Premium version of the shoe definitely caught my eye. I would have liked the shoe a whole lot more if the Crimson hits were removed.The Nike Air Classic BW has been seeing plenty of love this year, having already released in a variety of designs during the first half of the year. For fall 2013, Nike Sportswear has a few more designs up its sleeve, including this pair. Composed of smooth leather, the shoe takes on a primarily black look, while minimal team red and white accents complete the look. Find the kicks now at Nike shops that include Stockholm-based SNS.

 The Nike Air Max Classic BW is one of Nike’s most respected Air Max silhouettes. We saw a plethora of designs release last year, and we can expect the same to happen this year. Today we’re getting a look at one of the latest versions to surface.The shoe sports a predominantly black base that is contrasted with white on the Nike swoosh, as well as vibrant volt accents throughout. You can find these now at Nike retailers including Swiss based Titolo.

The Nike Air Max Triax ’94 turns 20 this year and if you wanted to help it celebrate the big double decade you will have a chance to. The sneaker looks to see a release in this clean white and black model with bits of turbo green hitting the heel and tongue. As far as materials are concerned we get leather and mesh backed by a bits of black textured leather and to make things really special we also get turbo green lace tips. This Nike Air Max Triax ’94 is actually available now at select retailers overseas and will hopefully hit the US soon.