In the same way that we will look back on the period of late 2013 into 2014 (and beyond?) as being a hotbed for all-red colorways, sneaker historians will remember this period for introducing the two-tone Air Max midsole. It happened on the flagship model and that seemed like a natural extension of its technical prowess, but took us by surprise as presented on classics like this Nike Air Max 1 Premium. It’s now an established aesthetic, and that line dipping down from the AM1’s saddle gives this black/grey pair an added dimension with a bit of white up front. Check these out in more photos below so you can compare them with some of the other similar styles NSW has recently and will soon release, and stick with Sneaker News to find out when this one drops.