Nike’s Rebranded Air Max 1 Reappears In A New, Navy Colorway

Nike’s Rebranded Air Max 1 Reappears In A New, Navy Colorway

Over the course of their history, Nike has gone through countless logos. And while not quite ready for a full rebrand, the Swoosh is using classics the likes of the Air Max 1 to test out different iconography.

Part of a much larger collection, this Air Max 1 swaps out the logos along both its tongue label as well as its heel. Retro in their style, said graphics are dressed in many of the same colors used throughout the shoe, complementing the navy mudguard and Swoosh as well the burnt orange finish of the adjacent accents. All of these details fall over top a relatively neutral base, whose mesh inserts and leather overlays opt for white and off-white finishes, respectively.

Enjoy a closer look at this upcoming Nike Air Max 1 via the retailer imagery ahead. While a release date has yet to be confirmed, it shouldn’t be long before we see these at Nike.com and select stockists.


Nike Air Max 1

SKU: FD2370-110
RELEASE DATE: Sep 8, 2023

US 09/08/2023 Friday

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