Nike Releases Three Air Max 180s With Artists Ralph Steadman, Alfons Holtgreve, And Marcello Morandini

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In 1991, Nike tapped three artists to distinctly interpret the speedy nature of the Air 180. Ralph Steadman, Alfons Holtgreve, And Marcello Morandini were called on to create special imagery of the footwear for some TV and print advertisements. To celebrate the impact that these graphic artists had on the history of the Nike fabric, the brand is releasing three Nike By You Air Max 180 colorways exclusively for Nike Plus members. Each pair has its own unique colorway with the artist’s work featured on the tongue. Check out their original artworks below and log on to your Nike Plus App today for access to purchase these limited edition shoes.

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