Nike Air Max Breathe Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The Nike Air Max silhouettes have been going strong on the sneaker scene for nearly three decades. To celebrate that milestone, the folks at the Swoosh decided it was time to innovate once again. Introducing the Nike Air Max Breathe Collection.

The intended purpose of this collection? You guessed it, to offer up a range of sneakers that are more breathable than everything else on the market. To do this, Nike designers went to work on the 3 popular silhouettes from the Air Max range including the Air Max Light, Air Max 1 and our personal favorite – the Air Max 90. All three models have been outfitted with multi-layered mesh constructed uppers along with a moisture wicking lining. Add to that a soft heel counter, elastic lacing, and a design that’s truly timeless. Expect to see these kicks landing at select retailers in the coming weeks as the official release date is May 1st, 2014. [Purchase]

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