October 24, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
The Air Max 1 broke new ground for comfort in running shoes back in 1987 when it debuted Visible Air. Twenty-seven years later, the legendary Tinker Hatfield design takes on another set of updates, and the Nike Air Max 1 C2.0 once again focuses on changing the way you think about sneaker comfort. This AM1 ‘Comfort 2.0’ gives us a lighter, more breathable experience with Hyperfuse tape welding the now seamless upper, with the tongue and lining (the latter being especially visible on the grey-lined pair) having been totally revamped, again, with comfort in mind. Check out three colorways coming up for next year and stick with Sneaker News for release info.
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