Air Max Motion

A lifestyle sneaker featuring the 360 Air Max unit? Many thought it wouldn’t work but the Nike Air Max Motion NSW proved that wrong over a year ago. Now the forgotten model made a surprise return to Nikestore in two brand new colorways that could challenge those NSW models and find a way into your wardrobe this Spring. The ventilated leather upper adds extra breathability to your feet while the cushion is what you’d come to expect from a shoe sporting this midsole. Available in a black upper featuring a healthy dose of turbo green on the exposed Dynamic Flywire and branding as the midsole features a gradient, or a simple pure platinum and game royal, either style would be a nice pick-up. What do you think of the new additions? Stick around after the click to get a better look at two brand new colorways of the Nike Air Max Motion and know

The Nike Air Max Motion debuted about a year ago as a luxurious casual answer to the Air Max+ 2013 flagship runner. We haven’t seen anything from it so far in ’14, and there’s a promise of spring season drops that were previewed last October, each of which remains unreleased as this brand new style in black with Venom Green and Volt accents arrives as a complete surprise

You didn’t forget about the Nike Air Max Motion, did you? That chunky bag Air Max model will be getting some more love this summer with an apparent City Pack. Showing up first from the group is this Rio de Janeiro flavored pair, whose yellow and blue tones sort of help convey the theme on a more national level. Continue reading to see the first shots on them and stay tuned to Sneaker News to find out when and where you can locate the upcoming Nike Air Max Motion City QS “Rio” release.

Not only has Nike Running’s current flagship, the Air Max+ 2013 given rise to casual EXT releases, there’s a whole ‘nother model out there carrying its silhouette and namesake tech. The Nike Air Max Motion NSW is the most ‘NSW’ of all the lifestyle editions we’ve seen, dialing down the performance tech on the upper in favor of graduated perforations on the upper in a style not totally dissimilar from the cult classic Zoom Moire.