Nike raised their anticipation and teased sneakerheads for several months until finally dropping the Air VaporMax around the world on March 26th, 2017 in celebration of the Air Max 1’s 30th anniversary. According Brett Holts, Nike’s Vice President of Running Footwear, the Air VaporMax is one their most advanced silhouette to date. He claimed that it is the perfect blend of performance and style, an outstanding combination of contemporary style and optimal performance. The Air VaporMax is truly a performance running shoe from every aspect. However, it seems that Nike has taken their Air Max innovation even further with the Air Max More, which was introduced recently.
Courtesy of Dino Hatfield (), the latest installment in Nike’s Air Max series at that time was unveiled last year. Even though last year was 2016, but the model was the Air Max 2017. Perhaps one of the most noticeable things about the silhouette was likely the fact its full engineered mesh uppers featured ridges throughout. Furthermore, not only its mesh side panels sported a wave design/pattern, their lateral and medial sides also featured the Nike “Swoosh” logo right in the center. Of course, it was also equipped with Air Max sole units and 3M detailing also appeared over its uppers.
As of now, the Air Max More is the latest installment in Nike’s historic Air Max line. Not only does the Air Max More borrow the tooling of its immediate predecessor, i.e. last year’s Air Max 2017, it also elements from the Air Max DNA, which was introduced back in the 90s. Its uppers appear to be made up of synthetic materials, covered in perforations and featuring internal booties. Its sleek design also includes air Air units visible throughout the entire length of its soles and an alternating lacing system. Its debut colorway seems to be clean and monochromatic, dressed up in a combination of Silver and White.
Considering that the Nike Air Max More was just introduced and unveiled, it is understandable that a release date for this latest Air Max model has not been unveiled yet. However, sneakerheads can expect it to make its retail debut at some point this year, so keep checking back.
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