August 6, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 6
Fans of its immortal styling were disappointed that Nike Sportswear opted to release only Hyperfuse updates and not the red and blue OG Air Max 1 colorways in commemoration of this Tinker Hatfield classic’s 25th anniversary, but maybe NSW just needed some extra time to let these upcoming drops age. The Nike Air Max 1 VNTG is set to debut next spring with a pre-yellowed midsole denoting its age of origin, along with the familiar grey, red and white mix that made its name a quarter-century ago. Have a closer look after the jump, let us know how the Vintage Air Max 1 compares to its AM90 counterpart and stick with Sneaker News for release info on both. via Asylum
Tags: Nike Air Max 1 VNTG
When will nike understand that we can yellow our soles without their help!!! Stop the artificialaging crap!!
Another drop of these is kind of unnecessary, but the yellowish midsoles don't look nearly as bad as some other VNTG releases.
@DynomitesoulReck yea what about the creme colored upper though