Our coverage of the Nike Air Max 2013 “Flashback” pack continues, as here we’re seeing photos of a pair inspired by the Nike Air Max 90 “Laser Blue”.The shoe features nubuck leather at the toe, eyestays and heel for a premium profile.
Meanwhile, the use of Dynamic Flywire adds an even more dynamic, glove-like fit to this comfortable, ultra-lightweight shoe. This particular version boasts a combination of white, light zen grey, laser blue, and black. It has now landed at Nike.com as a quickstrike release, with a wider release coming soon.
This latest pair of Nike Air Max 90 Essential has landed at Nike Sportswear retailers like Swiss-based Titolo. The shoe comes dressed in leather and mesh, all the while sporting a predominantly white design. Meanwhile, anthracite, classic grey, and deep royal blue tones serve as accenting tones. Also, the shoe’s midsole houses a Nike Air Max unit at the heel. You can also check with your local retailer for availability if you’re looking for a pair.
At the beginning of the month we previewed the Nike Air Max 95 Tape “Camo” pack, and today we’re seeing new images of the collection’s entries. The sneaker boasts a grey textile base along the upper, which is adorned with camouflage. Meanwhile, black leather detailing and a white sole complete the look. The shoe has started landing at local Nike Sportswear dealers, including Kentucky-based Oneness.
Earlier we previewed the Nike Air Max 2013 “Air Max 1 OG” Inspired, and here we’re seeing another pair of Nike Air Max 2013 from the “Flashback” pack. This pair is inspired by the classic Nike Air 180 “Ultramarine”, and takes on a primarily white colorway that is contrasted with pink and blue accents. The sneaker utilizes a number of Nike’s technology, including Dynamic Flywire, Nike Hyperfuse, and a Nike Air Max unit. You can find the shoe now via Nike.com.
Nike has created the Nike Air Max 2013 “Flashback” pack, which includes this pair of Nike Air Max 2013. Inspired by a Nike Air Max 1 OG colorway that released back in April, the sneaker features nubuck leather at the toe, eyestays and heel for a premium profile.
It also utilizes Dynamic Flywire adds an even more dynamic, glove-like fit to this comfortable, ultra-lightweight shoe. A mostly white design is contrasted with dark obsidian, university red, neutral grey, and white tones. If you’re hunting for a pair, Nike.com is still stocking the sneaker, with retail set for $180.
For those of you who found yourself enamored with the Nike Air Max 90 Comfort EM silhouettes we saw earlier here is a better look at one of the more vibrant of the bunch. Cast in black and flash lime this pair does the trick when it comes to a powerful color combination as that flash lime really heats things up properly. The engineered mesh upper still serves as a nice touch while suede is an equally interesting choice for the mudguard. Look for these to be at Nike retailers very soon.
At the moment, Foot Locker Europe is said to be the only retailer selling this pair of Nike Air Max 95. The classic sneaker, which was originally created as a runner, has become more of a stylish / everyday silhouette. This version takes on a leather and mesh build, all the while donning a black upper accented with purple detailing. Head over to their website to see if it’s still available. What are your thoughts on this version of the classic Nike Air Max? Should Nike make them more widely available?