Air Max all white

The Nike Air Max 1 Ultra is back featuring that OG mini-swoosh branding atop two incredibly clean Spring 2016 colorways. The Ultra tooling has always meant a lightweight outsole complete with a slimmed down profile and Nike Sportswear has taken advantage of that nontraditional aesthetic by equipping each of these white mesh bases with a camouflaged Swoosh to the point where you can’t even see the main branding on the side panel. It’s an interesting look especially when paired with a contrasting mudguard to allow for the forefoot’s Mini-Swoosh to stand out as the only noticeable branding throughout. Get with us after the break to check out the latest Nike Air Max 1 rendition and know that international spots like Asphalt Gold are stocking both colorways today.

Nike Sportswear is ready to outfit everybody in Sneakerboots this winter, and when we say everybody, we mean everybody. That’s because their wide variety of winterized sneakers has something for everyone—male and female—whether you prefer classic Air Max models, the Air Force 1, or the new-age instant classic Flyknit Chukka FSB. Utilizing a color palette of dark green, black, anthracite, and bright crimson throughout the collection, includes the Air Max 90 Sneakerboot, Air Max 95 Sneakerboot, Flyknit Chukka FSB, and Lunar Force 1 Duckboot for men, while the ladies receive options of the Air Max 1 Sneakerboot, Dunk Sky Hi 2 Sneakerboot, and their own colorways of the Flyknit Chukka FSB. Decide which you’ll need in the preview below, and remember that the large set of Holiday ’15 Sneakerboots launches tomorrow, November 5th at Nike Sportswear retailers around the globe.

The Nike Air Max 95 finally fulfilled its ACG prophecy with the latest sneakerboot installment. Designer Sergio Lozano was inspired by the anatomy of the human foot when he took the reigns for the Air Max series in 1995. What resulted was one of the most classic installments in Nike Running history, and with the shoe celebrating 20 years, the Swoosh has finally extended the upper to withstand the inclement weather that comes at the tail end of the year. It’s fitting that the shoe see an ACG-like makeover given Lazano’s history with the All Conditions Gear imprint. The original outsole remains as does the mesh netting, wavy side panels and original lacing system. The shoe then sees a Mowabb-like extension wrap around the ankle support for a lockdown fit. Available in two monochromatic colorways of an ominous all black or a militaristic sandy shade, the Nike Air Max 95 Sneakerboot should be available at Nike outlets soon, as they’ll be available October 1st at European shops. Check out more official photos below and let us know if you’re a fan of the look by penning your thoughts in the comments section.