NIKELAB AIR VAPORMAX x MARC NEWSON (See above)
NikeLab and industrial design veteran Marc Newson join forces to distill the essence of industrial craft and technology. The result is a combination of Newson's cultured aesthetic and Nike's future-forward technologies — FlyKnit and Air VaporMax. — yielding a lightweight, uniquely elegant new silhouette. Inspired by traditional moccasin construction, Newson's vision of Air Max joins a full-grain leather chassis and Velcro strap frame to pre-molded Nike Flyknit sockliner with a striking cross-stitch. A TPU cupsole bonds the upper to the breakthrough Nike VaporMax Air unit, allowing the shoe a lightweight and responsive underfoot feel.
NIKELAB AIR MAX 97 x R.T.
Fashion legend Riccardo Tisci channels his unmistakable aesthetic through the legendary '90s icon that shaped Italian footwear culture. The updated Nike Air Max 97 gets an elevated mid-cut that draws simultaneously from Tisci's Italian couture influences and streetstyle background. A concealed zip pocket on the tongue gives the shoe some added functionality, while a translucent milky white outsole creates a stunning contrast with the runway-inspired tumbled synthetic leather and synthetic suede underlays of the upper. To finish it off, foil accents and embossed logos update the OG tooling.
NIKELAB AIR MAX 1 ULTRA 2.0 FK X ARTHUR HUANG
Featuring new tooling and materials, the NikeLab Air Max 1 Ultra 2.0 x Arthur Huang is among the lightest Air Max 1 ever built. Honoring the idea of encapsulated innovation, Miniwiz CEO and architect Arthur Huang has created a lightweight package made entirely of post-consumer materials, complementing the Air Max and helping to both spark the imagination and redefine the possibilities of modern manufacture.