The Nike Air Max 2014 is definitely one of the brighter releases from the series. The Engineered Mesh covered model merges four different colors, but is highlighted by the standout hyper jade and hyper grape tones, and also features flashy add-ons like a reflective silver Nike swoop, and a clear cover over the air bubble sole. With the year coming to a close, this may be one of the last Air Max 2014 releases we see, especially with the Air Max 2015 set to launch towards the end of November.
Is that a “Sprite” look for the Nike Air Max 2014? The sneakers might let a little bit too much black in to be considered of that ilk, but the fade flowing across the bottom’s bubble at the very least looks rather like that Bron combo. We had this pair pegged as a June one previously, but it’s now July and they’re still scarce as far as US shops go.
It appears that Hiroshi Fujiwara has his hands in yet another special edition Nike project. Gathered here are a handful of images of a Nike Air Max 2014 that he’s been touting as of late, one that we’re assuming will arrive at retail under his fragment design imprint. The shoes keep things pretty clean in terms of the upper with an all-white approach, while the midsole has a colorful gradient going on. Find the other preview photos for the fragment design x Nike Air Max 2014 with us below and stay tuned for release info right here on Sneaker News.