Air Max 1 atmos

Serena Williams is arguably the most accomplished athlete in Nike’s current athletic roster, as she’s won 36 total major titles while campaigning for the Swoosh. Now NikeCourt is celebrating her accomplishments with the aptly named “Greatness Collection”. Both apparel and signature models will be available dressed in an eclectic black and white graphic made up of numerous animal prints, paint splatters, and speckles for a truly unique look that mirrors Williams’ penchant for unique style while also serving as a motif for her aggressive and dominant game. Serena’s NikeCourt Air Flare, the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra, and the Nike Roshe LD-1000 each feature the black and white colorway in a variety of different ways. Check out more photos below and let us know which Serena inspired pair is your favorite in the comments section. The trio will be available on August 27th here.

If you’ve lost track of how many different constructions the Nike Air Max 1 has had through the years, don’t feel bad, you’re not the only one. You’d actually probably have to be an obsessive compulsive Air Max 1 fiend to be able to keep tabs on them all. Now making it even harder, another new iteration of the classic running shoe arrives, with the Women’s Air Max 1 Ultra Essential. The shoe features a blend of old and new, with the updated, slimmed-down tooling in half Hyperfuse, half traditionally stitched mudguard. The hybrid Air Max 1 debuts in the subtle colorway we see here of light tan with metallic gold accents. Ladies can locate these soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers.

The Nike WMNS DunK Sky Hi is no stranger to a metallic finish, whether it be that Party Pack that released earlier in the year or this Metallic Bronze rendition with a scaly pattern throughout. The WMNS sneaker wedge cleverly disguises the added height difference thanks to the sail and gum combination on the outsole, all leaving room for the vibrant metallic tendencies of the near rose gold upper. What do you think of the latest WMNS release from the Swoosh? Be sure to get with us after the click for a better view.