Nike Air is bringing the heat this fall. The fire is going to continue with this latest drop of the Air Max 270, Air Max 95 PRM, Air Force 270 Utility. All three silhouettes are coming dressed with bright volt accents.
The first of its kind, the Nike Air Max 270 boasts a Max Air unit created specifically for Nike Sportswear. Furthering the design are its exaggerated tongue top and heritage tongue logo, both of which are a direct nod to the original Air Max 180 (released in 1991). This edition of the model comes with a black mesh upper and features aforementioned volt accents, which extend from the upper to the tongue and the Max Air unit.
Designed by Sergio Lozano, the silhouette of the Nike Air Max 95 was inspired by the human body. Its design elements were crafted to closely resemble the human ribs, vertebrae, muscles and skin. This premium iteration of the famed model keeps those same elements but updates the silhouette with mini branding, embroidered detailing and a heel tab. In the same vein as the above Air Max 270, this updated take comes equipped in volt, black and dark grey.
The Nike Air Force 270 Utility was crafted with cues from the original model worn by Charles Barkley. Doubling down on style, Nike’s added modern details to create a new comprehensive look. You’ll first take note of the Max Air unit, which is twice the size of the one ‘Sir Charles’ wore in 1992. An inflated swoosh and new upper complete that modern vision. This upcoming colorway is electric. Like the two models above it comes decked out in black and volt.