The Swoosh is bringing things way back today with their latest release of the Nike Air Max 93 and Nike Air Max 180 colorways. The familiar colors are a reminder of each silhouettes’ original design distinctions. Not one to subdue excitement, Nike is also releasing the highly-anticipated Nike Air Max 270. The familiar Air sole shines prominently in the new sneaker thanks to the vibrant color options.
Both of the original Air Max 93 and Air Max 180 sneakers represent Nike’s beginnings in using blow-molded designs. Nike designers Bruce Kilgore and Tinker Hatfield created a legendary look with the sneakers’ transparent sole. The new Nike Air Max 93 in Sport Turquoise calls back to its ancestor with its electric blue color. The Air Max 180 refreshes the iconic ’90s pink in a newer, neon hue. Both sneakers are available starting today at 10 AM EST.
Possibly even more anticipated than the 93 or 180 is Nike’s new Air Max 270. The Air Max 270 is an attention seeker with its large, vibrant, and transparent sole. Coming out in a Hot Punch, Tonal Orange, Volt, and Photo Blue color, the 270 will be the Air sneaker to watch over the coming year.
In women’s releases, Nike’s Air More Uptempo sees an icy blue update with the new Chrome Blue color. Even Nike’s Marty McFly inspired-sneakers, the HyperAdapt 1.0, sees a new colorway release in Wolf Grey (available today at 5 PM EST).
Today’s men’s releases from Nike:
- Air Max 93 $130 ( Sport Turquoise )
- Air Max 180 $130 ( Ultramarine Solar Red )
- Air Max 270 $150 ( Hot Punch | Tonal Orange | Volt | Photo Blue )
- HyperAdapt 1.0 $720 ( Wolf Grey )
- SF AF-1 Hi $200 ( Tactical Command )