Time after time, sneakerheads collectively lose their minds for Supreme takes on silhouettes like the Nike SB GTS, Air Jordan V, Flyknit Lunar 1+ and Air Force 1 High, to name a few.Now Supreme is set to unleash four new versions of the Air Max 98, a rather obscure member of the Air Max family. When word first hit the web that a collaborative 98 was in the works, many doubted the shoe’s authenticity, and first glimpses of the jarring snakeskin makeup were met with raised eyebrows. Even when further images were leaked, seasoned Supreme followers online were quick to collectively assert “Fufu!”The leaks turned out to be true though and the Supreme x Air Max 98 rides on a polyurethane midsole equipped with a full-length dual pressure Air Sole unit. Red (a homage to Supreme’s box logo), black and blue iterations are kitted with a bold patent upper, while a snakeskin version rounds out the pack.
With all four colorways dropping online tomorrow, April 28, we present a look at the pack, including some of our favorite details.Following months of hype and anticipation, yesterday saw the Nike Air VaporMax unleashed worldwide as part of the Swoosh’s Air Max 1 30th anniversary celebrations. Billed as the brand’s most advanced sneaker yet, Nike’s VP of Running Footwear, Brett Holts, said: “The Nike Air Vapormax is really the intersection of performance and style, delivering performance benefits with an all-new, clean, modern aesthetic.”A performance runner in the truest sense, the sneaker’s versatility is summed up by the fact it looks just as dope when paired with jeans as it does technical running wear.
If you’re stuck for #inspo on how to rock your new kicks, then fear not, for we’ve rounded up some of the the best looks below.Tinker Hatfield first made the controversial decision to expose Air-cushioning technology with the Air Max 1 three decades ago. To celebrate its approaching birthday, also known as Air Max Day, Nike is releasing the new Air Max 1 OG Anniversary edition.