Nike Air Max 1 in 'Pure Platinum/Dark Obsidian'

Nike Air Max 1PriceReleaseStyle
- pure platinum/dark obsidian
- grey suede panels

Despite being introduced 36 years ago, Tinker Hatfield's groundbreaking Nike Air Max 1 still holds a significant position within the brand's range of offerings.

Approaching its thirty-seventh year in the industry, the revolutionary design is exploring various color schemes. The most recent trial is anticipated to be featured in Nike Sportswear's Spring 2024 collection and embraces a pristine combination of "Pure Platinum/Dark Obsidian".

Nike Air Max 1 toebox/mudguard

Taking inspiration from the original Air Max 1, the pair's arrangement showcases a foundation of "White" mesh, complemented by elegant grey suede panels. The tongue and collar are adorned with a silver-like trim, while the sneaker's boldest statement is made by the striking "Pure Platinum" mudguard.

In other areas, the initial Air Max concept adheres to a conventional approach. The branding positioned at the top of the tongue and the visible Air units beneath the feet choose a subtle shade of deep blue, which also encompasses a portion of the waffle-patterned grip. The reliable and tested outsole incorporates Nike Grind material, contributing to the Swoosh's commitment to sustainability.

Nike Air Max 1 on feet

As of now, the brand has not revealed any specific information regarding the launch of However, it is anticipated that this will soon be disclosed. In the interim, you can appreciate the intricate photographs of this pair. The Air Max 1 is available for purchase at a cost of $140 USD.

By the way, Tinker Hatfield will release a Air Jordan 9 new version in 'Powder Blue' color scheme in 2024.