Latest Nike Air Max Selection at size?

If you’ve missed out on some of the more limited releases in the past month, remember there are still some great Air Max styles still available instore and online here at size?. We’ve curated a handpicked selection of some of the best styles currently available for both men & women.

Women’s Nike Air Max Jewell – Shop Now

New to 2017 and certainly thanks to Air Max Day, we see the second women’s specific Air Max silhouette release. With a refined predominantly mesh-upper, glossy patent leather panels, and the iconic Air unit situated at the rear, this is certainly one to celebrate. The inspiration for the Jewell silhouette was taken from the 1998 Air Max TN (Air Max Plus), depicting both a retro take on a cult classic with contemporary elements, producing a faultless design.

Nike Air Max 90 2.0 Ultra Flyknit – Shop Now

The legendary Air Max 90 has only recently been graced with Nike’s innovative Flyknit material and lucky for us, the renovated silhouette has been blessed with ‘OG Infrared’ greatness, a colourway that also raised eyebrows the first time around. The unique Wolf Grey, White and Black pay respects to its predecessor, with the bold Infrared featured on the slimmed heel and outsole unit. Running throughout the upper of the shoe is Nike’s signature Flyknit technology that provides a continued durable & breathable woven finish, as well as an extremely overall lightweight design.

Nike Air Max 1 Pinnacle – Shop Now

Celebrating 30 years of the Air Max 1 this year, Nike have continued their aim to provide users with the illusion of ‘walking on air’. The Pinnacle Pack provides a luxury makeover for Tinker Hatfield’s Air Max 1 that stands out from previous releases, overhauling the traditional suede & mesh combo and replacing it with a premium leather wrap.

Women’s Nike Air Max 90 LX ‘Zebra’ – Shop Now

As part of the Animal Pack, this striking and detailed Women’s Air Max 90 Zebra is most certainly something to sink your teeth into. This addition adds to Nike’s eye-catching collection and is definitely one to turn heads. The upper of the shoe is featured with detailed pony hair lined material that replicates the Zebra theme, whilst juxtaposed with a leather black swoosh and outsole.

Nike Air Max BW Premium – Shop Now

The Air Max BW has always been an exciting and creative part of the Air Max collective. Making its debut in 1991 the BW was first known as the Nike Air Max IV, after releasing various successful designs Nike refocused the models name with the initials BW, denoting ‘Big Windows’ due to its large visible Air unit. Returning to the scene in a big way for 2017 is the BW Premium, which comes in a vivid shade of Red on Nike’s high-quality rich leather. Cross-referencing yesteryear designs is the Vachetta Tan appearing on the overlay across the sidewall, adding subtle character to the colour way.

Nike Air Max Zero – Shop Now

The production for the Air Max Zero was first brought to life in 2015 by Graeme McMillan, taking an early sketch from Tinker Hatfield who’s initial intentions were for it to be the first Air Max model, but due to its complex construction it was too ahead of it’s time. With a brief run through in 2015, Nike have brought back and produced a simplistic but uncluttered Black addition. On the toe box is a breathable black mesh accompanied by a Phylon midsole, reducing weight and allowing the side wall and tongue branding to take centre stage.

Nike Air Max LD-Zero H – Shop Now

The LD-Zero has always been an exciting concept to look out for, displaying vintage branding that feels ahead of its time. Bringing two of his best-loved silhouettes to the table, Fragment Design founder Hiroshi Fujiwara combined elements of the classic LD-1000 upper with the sole unit of a Air Max 2014. Covering the upper this time around is a White distressed leather with additional flywire cables for midfoot lockdown, complemented by a clear rubber outsole with waffle pattern for durability and traction.

Women’s Nike Air Max 90 2.0 Ultra Flyknit – Shop Now

‘Concord’ is an exclusive colourway for the women’s rendition of the Air Max 90 Flyknit 2.0, and was also the first introductory colourway for females back in 1990. Incorporating Nike’s woven material across the upper, the texture allows for a brilliant amalgamation of modern running technologies that increases flexibility, reduces weight and provides breathability.

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