Referred to as the Nike Air Max BW, Nike Air Classic BW, or Nike Air Max IV, this running model first debuted in 1991. Known for their "Big Window" (BW) that showcases a maximum volume Air-Sole unit in the heel, they have been released in an array of colorways. And, to celebrate their 25th anniversary, there's plenty more coming in 2016. But first Nike is treating us with a re-release of the original. The Nike Air Max BW OG "Persian Violet" is a Tinker Hatfield design that boasts a Black/White-Persian Violet colorway, combination leather and synthetic upper, and a BRS 1000 carbon rubber waffle outsole. You can pick up this classic Air Max model now at Sneakerhead.
Nike Air Max BW OG Persian Violet
Holding the honorary distinction as being the first Nike model with a visible Air-Sole unit, the legendary Nike Air Max 1 was originally released in 1987. And nearly 30 years after its initial debut, it's still as popular as ever. Plus, Nike continues to create new contemporary versions of this classic, like the recently released Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Essential. This ultra-lightweight version is constructed with a seamless no-sew upper for increased breathability. They also have a reworked midsole with cut-outs to reduce weight and provide better flexibility. You can pick up the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Essential "Black/Black" at Sneakerhead now.
Featuring a sleek and feminine design, the Nike Air Max Thea has been a popular model among women ever since it released. Yet, it's not only the style and comfort that has made this Air Max sneaker a hit, but also the stunning colorways Nike has dressed them up in – and the latest release could be the most stunning to date. The Nike Air Max Thea "Metallic Silver" has a super shiny tonal upper for a flashy "sport meets style" design. Plus, they are also crafted with a soft textile lining, heel pull tab, comfortable Solarsoft sockliner, and a visible Air-Sole unit. You can purchase them now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Essential is a sleek and modern take on one of Nike's most popular Air Max models. This revamped version is lighter than the original and has a seamless upper with overlays, perforations for ventilation, cut-outs on the sole to reduce weight, and a visible Air-Sole unit. This vibrant "Infrared" model pays homage to the original Air Max 90 colorway, they feature a tonal upper with contrasting white midsole, and translucent sections on the outsole. You can grab this stylish women's model now at Sneakerhead.