The Nike Air Max Iconic II is something like the early/mid ’90s answer to the turn of the decade’s Air Max Skyline. Both models offer nods to their respective design eras without offering an obvious hybrid construction, so with the AM Iconic II we see the 180-degree Max Air cushion popularized by models like the Air Max 93 and AM Burst. Aside from this obvious similarity, the Iconic 2 is far cleaner than its prequel, opting for a diamond-shaped side panel wherein a jeweled Swoosh is set, and these two new colorways keep ’em tonal for that subtly crisp look. Click through for better views of white/neon and black/royal pairs and look for these at select US Nike Sportswear retailers soon as Switzerland’s Titolo just got theirs.There’s a lot of goodies coming your way from Nike Sportswear for the Fall season. Headlining this massive preview of NSW footwear is the Air Command Force Retro in the OG and new hyper jade/hyper pink colorway, a new Nike Roshe Run FB, and a plethora of running models.
Also returning is the Air Talaria in some fresh new color-combos, the Air Max 93, and more. Check out this vast preview of NSW footwear for Fall and let us know what pairs stand out to you the most.Here’s a look at the Air Max Iconic II, a new Air Max design with design cues borrowed from Air Max legacy models of the earlier years. The midsole and large visible Air unit on the heel is borrowed from the Air Max 93, while the upper features hints from the Air Max LTD. Other details include a toe-cap for a sleek look and a jeweled swoosh with a volt-green contrast stitching border. This model is an obvious sequel to the Air Max Iconic, which featured a large swoosh and a perforated upper, but features the same midsole and Air unit from the ’93.
This new colorway just released in Switzerland’s Titolo so check out the extra angles of this new Nike Air Max release and give us your opinion on this new design.Upon its release in 1991, the Nike Air Classic BW featured the largest visible Air Unit to date, but that title was taken away by later models, most notably the Nike Air Max 93 and it’s 270-degree Air Unit. Thankfully, the BW hasn’t been forgotten; we still see a number of new colorways and it’s also available for NikeID customization, but most recently the BW was transformed into the Nike Air BW Gen II used to present Nike’s new Torch material. This latest colorway of the Nike Air Classic BW features a simple earthy combination of white, beige, and brown, and can be pre-ordered now at Crooked Tongues.