Air Max Flyknit

Air Max Day? More like Air Max Month! Nike is wasting no time is dishing out the Air Max heat this month starting off with several different colorways of the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit that made their debut this morning. Highlighted by the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit Infrared, this version of the AM 90 has got to be Nike’ lightest and most comfortable rendition of the model ever. A Flyknit upper is placed on top of the Ultra light sole. What you end up getting is a modernized version of the ’90s classic. The best part about it all, all these new upgrades, and it’s still pretty easy to distinguish this as an Air Max 90 model. You may have a hard time finding these in your size online,

After getting a first look at the Air Max 90 Flyknit over the summer, NikeLab has just released two new colorways of the revamped Air Max model.

Optioned in a pair of tonal iterations, the Air Max 90 Flyknit of course boasts Flyknit construction on the upper, with suede accents on the blue pair and leather detail on the black edition. Both still feature the signature Max Air unit in the heel and are accompanied with matching laces.

The Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit has no shortage of colorways as the shoe even releases in a variety of colorways for the ladies. Here is a look at a new women’s colorway that comes covered in a combination of black and white throughout the lightweight Flyknit upper. Additional hits of black have then been added on the mudguard, Swoosh, tongue, laces, inner liner, heel, and around the Air Max unit. Providing some more contrast are touches of white on the heel tab, the Air Max branding on the ankle, lower eyelets, and the midsole.

The Nike Air Max Ultra 2.0 Flyknit became an instant when it debuted thanks to its new lighter and more breathable upper paired up with the new Ultra sole tooling. Today we bring you a detailed look at a new Medium Olive colorway that is arriving at select retailers now.

This Flyknit Air Max 90 features Medium Olive all throughout the Flyknit upper with tonal detailing on the laces, tongue, fuse mudguard, and the branding on the tongue, heel, and side panels. The Ultra 2.0 midsole, which is designed with dual-density foam for plush cushioning and support while reducing the shoe’s overall weight, is done in white with cream detailing around the Air Max unit. Pick up this Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit in Medium Olive

Air Max Classic BW

Last featured in the classic BRED theme, the Nike Air Max BW Ultra is treated in another versatile colorway of white/armory navy for its Spring/Summer 2017 lineup.

The defining tones essentially cover the sneaker’s mixed material upper, as white dominates the majority of its breathable mesh base and synthetic overlays, while a light shade of blue encompasses the profile.

In addition, hits of navy are utilized for the Swooshes, inner lining and heel portion. Finally, a white/navy midsole unit with gum accents on the outsole cap offs the aesthetically pleasing design.

In addition to the Nike Air Max BW Ultra that will be making its debut later this week in different colorways for men and women, we’ll also be seeing the return of the Nike Air Max Classic BW in the OG Persian Violet colorway.

Originally debuting in 1991 and designed by the great Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Max Classic BW utilized the same Nike Air-Sole unit as the Air Max 90 but enlarged its window. This OG colorway features a Black upper with White and Persian Violet detailing for an eye-catching look.

If it ain’t broke, make it better, said Tinker Hatfield. Hence the reason the Air Max Classic BW ‘Persian Violet’ even exists. Tinker, the design gawd, used the mid and outsole of the highly successful Air Max 90 as inspiration and made the visible Air unit bigger with bolder overall colors in the upgrade for ’91 iteration. This cult classic will again rise to glory this year, and it’ll get props from old and new heads alike

Air Max TN

Last seen in a Bright Cactus colorway that featured pops of volt, the Nike Air Max Plus TN Ultra is now seen in something more versatile with this Cool Grey offering.

Taking the tonal approach, this modernized version of the Air Max Plus takes on a combination of lightweight mesh and leather on the upper which has been completely covered in Cool Grey and Wolf Grey. Swoosh branding appears on the side panels and tongue with the signature Tn logo in yellow and white placed on the heel. 3M overlays and the signature visible Air sole unit round things out on this Air Max Plus TN Ultra that is expected to hit retailers this Fall.

The Nike Air Max Plus line will be adding a women’s exclusive colorway of dark stucco for its latest rendition to welcome the fall/winter season. Featuring a mixture of vintage green and grey hues, the shoe is made of nylon mesh and suede accents that is also detailed with the signature wavy design on its upper. A sail white midsole and gum rubber outsole completes the style altogether.

Adding to the Nike Air Max Plus lineup is this “Cool Grey” iteration of the retro model that originally debuted back in 1998.

Dressed in a Cool Grey, Black and Wolf Grey color scheme. The shoe features its traditional durable leather and mesh upper for durability and breathability that includes 3M Reflective detailing. Finishing off the design is its signature visible Air sole unit and rubber outsole.

Air Max Typha

Twist, turn, jump, sprint, cross, the Nike Air Max Typha shoes can handle whatever direction your training takes.

Lightweight upper with incredible support for all your training needs.
Nike patented Max Air heel unit cushioning combined with rubber outsole for high intensity training and all day comfort.


Rubber outsole provides multi-directional traction and durability on all training surfaces
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Air Max Thea

Introduced this past January in oreo and university red colorways, the women’s-exclusive Nike Air Max Thea Ultra Flyknit returns in multicolor option for its next variation.

Draped in an eye-catching prismatic theme across its defining breathable knitted upper construction that conforms to the shape of your foot, tonal black accents located on laces, inner lining and leather mudguard complements the design, while grey swooshes further pronounces the profile.

Finally, a crisp white cored-out midsole unit that offers ultralight cushioning rounds out the overall design.

The women’s-exclusive Nike Air Max Thea Ultra Flyknit returns in another vibrant colorway of Racer Pink this season, and it’s almost similar to the previous Bright Melon pair. The signature breathable knitted upper that conforms to the shape of your foot is colored in the pink hue with medium blue accents. Tonal white accents are located on the laces, leather mudguard and rubber sole to complete its bold design.

The Nike 2017 Doernbecher Collection includes Amyiah Robinson’s Nike Air Max Thea that comes in a colorful design. Her name loud and proud, as well as a logo comprised of a heart with angel wings flying over the words ROCK STAR.

“Sometimes I think I’m kind of a rock star,” she laughed. “And the angel heart is a symbol that means a lot to my mom. She was in the military, so it represents freedom. Besides, she’s my guardian angel.” Besides being true to herself, Amyiah also believes being true to her roots, which is why the inside of one shoe features a map of her hometown in Oklahoma, while the other contains a map of Oregon. Amyiah moved to Oregon in 2015 to be closer to family and to be treated for sickle cell anemia, which requires monthly transfusions at Doernbecher.

In case you missed out on the 2013 ” Multicolor” Flyknit Racers, Nike has released the Air Max Thea Ultra Flyknit in this popular colorway. The shoe gets treated with the patented color blend serving hints of bright crimson, wolf grey and some black and white tones. While the colorway is the star of the show, the combination of the Flyknit technology with the durable sole makes this cop a no-brainer.

Air Max Tavas

After taking a look at the black & white colorway of the Nike Air Max Tavas a few days ago, the Nike Sportswear silhouette returns with a little more color for the new year.

This time around the Tavas gets done up in a predominantly white upper with black detailing on the Swoosh branding and outsole. The taped mesh upper is then finished off with a bold patch of Paramount Blue on the heel and heel pull tab.

The latest colorway of the Nike Air Max Tavas takes the classic and simple route as we see the silhouette covered in a black & white color scheme.

Looking at the Nike runner we can see that a combination of no-sew mesh and Hyperfuse get together on the upper which has been colored predominantly in black. White accents are then present on the branding, heel, and the Air Max rubber midsole.

Following its action red finish, the Nike Air Max Tavas is presented in more subdued iteration for the season, as it’s now treated in midnight navy/neutral grey.

Essentially covering its mesh and synthetic upper, tonal black accents adorn the side panels, while the heel is defined by its perforated overlay. Accents of white are prominent on the Swoosh branding across its side panels, which all rests atop a clean rubber sole unit as well.

Recently offered in cool grey, the Nike Air Max Tavas receives a more vibrant finish to perfectly suit the warm season.

Draped in tonal red across the sneaker’s mesh and synthetic construction, the model is reinforced with a tonal nubuck heel overlay with perforations to increase breathability. All resting atop a crisp, white midsole with touches of black on the frontal and rear portion of the outsole, the visible bubble unit in the heel bears a minty green hue for additional vibrance.

The Nike Air Max Tavas returns in another perfect Fall colorway, as it’s now doused in grove green.

Composed of breathable mesh and suede for its upper with no-sew overlays for a modern look and lightweight breathability, the sneaker is further reinforced with a perforated heel overlay rendered in contrasting black for a complementing touch. Additional hits of black adorn the Swooshes on the side panels and portion of its outsole, while it’s all juxtaposed against a crisp white rubber sole unit.

Air Max 98

The Nike Air Max 98 just made a big comeback last year—headlined by the Supreme collab, of course—but it will also be back once again in 2018 to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The return next year will be headlined by the original “Gundam” colorway in white, blue, and red, which many fans of the shoe were disappointed to not see come back in 2016.

Two more colorways can also be previewed here, in new red/white and cream/white combinations.If the Air Max 98 bringback is anything like the Air Max 97 celebration this year, you can expect many more colorways and more than likely new constructions of the shoe, as well. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for further updates on the Air Max 98’s return in 2018. In related Air Max news, Nike just dropped an Air Max 97/Air Max Plus hybrid.

The kick has recently surfaced online in a variety of vintage colorways, including the beloved “Varsity Royal/Comet Red-Obsidian,” leading to speculation that the Beaverton behemoth may mark its 20th anniversary with a re-release. Of course, the brand did similar with the Air Max 97 last year.

The AM 98’s return would certainly be a welcome one. Other than a much-hyped collaboration with Supreme last year, Nike has left the shoe on ice for the most part.

Upon release, the AM 98 was only lukewarmly received. Its beefy and in-your-face look was a huge (and unwelcome) leap from the aerodynamic Air Max 97 that came the year previous. Of course, with chunky/loud sneakers all the rage these days, the sneaker couldn’t be primed to return at a better time.

The Nike Air Max 98 20th Anniversary will be celebrated in 2018. One of the pairs you can look forward to releasing is the original “Gundam” colorway as well as a few other classic releases.

Today, we take first preview look at the “Gundam” retro in White, Blue and Red, along with a Red/White pair and a Cream/White makeup.

What to expect from the 20th Anniversary of the Nike Air Max 98? Nike has plans to bring back plenty of the original colorways, as well as some new styles and possible even an all-new construction version of the shoe.

Are you guys excited for the celebration of the Nike Air Max 98 in 2018? Let us know in the comments section and stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates as they develop.

Air Max 97

Next up for the Nike Air Max 97 Ultra 17 is this brand new Fall-ready colorway that has the shoe dressed in a Cargo Khaki and Mushroom color scheme. The shoe is made up of an Olive Green synthetic upper paired up with the Mushroom-colored suede paneling on the mudguard that goes all around the shoe. A cool feature that should not go unnoticed is the 3M reflective detailing placed on the gradient design all around the upper.

While Cristiano Ronaldo‘s Nike ad from this summer caused quite a stir, this latest variation of the Air Max 97 takes inspiration from Ronaldo’s childhood footwear, as it’s treated with a golden finish to celebrate his continued greatness on the pitch and beyond.

In case you missed it, check out our exclusive interview with Cristiano Ronaldo, where we talk fragrance and fashion.

The Nike Air Max 97‘s 20th Anniversary gets a big addition with this luxurious pair inspired by Cristiano Ronaldo’s childhood. The shoe celebrates Ronaldo’s continued greatness on the pitch and beyond through a golden finish across its leather and mesh upper. Black accents throughout, red, green and gold mini Swooshes, a white midsole featuring Air Max cushioning and a black outsole completes the style altogether.

Although Nike has officially called this new colorway of the Air Max 97 for women ‘Taupe Grey’, the general consensus is that they definitely appear to be more of a muted lavender hue than taupe (which is defined as a brownish-grey). We’re guessing most ladies don’t really care what the color is named, as long as they look good—which they certainly do. Featuring the color in question tonally across the upper, the Air Max 97 adds some texture contrast with alternating panels in matte, glossy, and reflective material with black and white accents.

The Nike Air Max 97 Ultra 17 is an updated version of the OG runner that celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Featured in a brand new obsidian colorway this fall, the sneaker is colored in a mixture of blues across its mesh/textile and synthetic upper. Other details on the shoe include 3M reflective accents while sitting on top of a white midsole with visible Air cushioning and a matching obsidian outsole to complete the look altogether.

Nike has taken the Air Max 97 and the Air Max Plus and created two new hybrid models. Having already showcased the Air Max Plus 97, which features the upper of the Air Max Plus with the sole unit of the Air Max 97, we now take a look at the Air Max 97 Plus.

The Nike Air Max 97 Plus comes equipped with the upper of the Air Max 97 which is then paired up with the sole unit of the Air Max Plus. Nike decided to go with an all-black upper to keep things simple and clean along with a contrasting white sole unit.
The Nike Air Max 97‘s 20th anniversary celebration continues this year and one of the newest colorways for Fall 2017 is this taupe grey edition.

Made of synthetic leather and textile for its upper, the shoe is colored in a light purple hue and also features the signature wavy design across with gloss and reflective detailing. A light bone midsole featuring the air max bubble and black rubber outsole finally completes the design altogether.