The Nike Air Max 1 has taken a backseat to the Air Max 90, which is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary. That said, Nike has dropped a a handful of Air Max 1 fire during the past few months. Is the pair you see above the next big Air Max 1 release?

Done in a mixed material upper with a multicolored motif, this iteration of the Air Max 1 consists of a canvas-like construction paired up with coarse cloth material on the throat and heel overlays. Premium suede is used on the midfoot, all while being done in a color scheme that seems to be inspired by vintage ACG apparel. Rope laces and specking on the midsole further add to the ACG vibes of the shoe.

The Nike Air Max 1 has no release date yet, but look for some release info to be announced in the coming weeks.

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We just showed you the Black and White pair, we now give you an official look at this Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% equipped with alternate color blocking.

The Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% was originally designed for the 2020 Summer Olympics. The shoe dons a White knitted construction on the upper with a large Swoosh on the lateral and small Swoosh on the medial. The midsole houses an exposed forefoot Zoom pod while also being equipped with the aforementioned alternate color blocking consisting of Crimson to Violet on the lateral and different shades of Blue on the medial.

This Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% is available overseas while a stateside release appears to be imminent.

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