“Light Orewood Brown” And “Obsidian” Appear On The Nike Air Max 1 Ahead Of Fall

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The Nike Air Max 1 continues to spread visible Air cushioning-goodness, appearing in more refreshing styles by the day.

Recently, Tinker Hatfield’s iconic design emerged in a fall-friendly mix of “Light Orewood Brown,” “Obsidian,” “Rugged Orange,” and “Sail” tones. As with other takes on the original Air Max offering, the upcoming pair features a light color scheme across its base layer, allowing for overlaid components to introduce bolder personality into the shoe. Suede and leather panels at the profiles and wrapped around the sneaker, respectively, indulge in a deep navy that also lands on the outsole. A muted orange hue takes over upper eyelets, “NIKE” text on the spine, and traction underfoot. Lastly, the tried-and-proven midsole keeps things simple in an off white finish that allows for its surroundings to revel in the spotlight.

Enjoy official photos of the pair ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch soon.

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Nike Air Max 1

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

US 09/08/2023 Friday

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Photos via Nike

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