July 22, 2010 BY John Kim
The Nike Air Classic BW, also known as the Air Max IV, originally released in 1991 right after the Air Max 90. During that year, the BW shared the spotlight with the Nike Air 180, which has seen more recognition from Nike historians. It was the Air 180 and the all-new 180-degree Air Unit that was included in 2005’s History of Air while the BW sat in the shadow. Perhaps its a lack of notable colorways that won’t let the BW truly break through, but this new colorway should grab some attention, at least for a short while. Feature a white synthetic microperforated leather upper with a silver-to-black gradient mudguard, this clean colorway fits into the simple yet effective Big Window styling. Continue reading for another look at this release and cop them now at JDSports.