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.
Grab the latest from Nike Air on November 11th at Finish Line.
To go along with the numerous Nike Air Max 270 drops that we’ve seen, Nike Sportswear has been releasing the Nike Air Force 270. One of the first colorways to release was in the original ‘Safari’ colorway that Tinker Hatfield made famous back in 1987 with the Air Safari and we’ve seen other clean designs since. The upcoming Air Force 270 is trendy in every way as it comes with a molded heel, utility-grade buckle, and perforated toe that is geared toward exposing the stitches and the joints. You can’t forget about the heel that is also on the Air Max 270, as the air unit provides the comfort, while a inner bootie ensures snug fit. Now, with summer right around the corner, Nike is dropping two super clean colorways that you won’t want to pass up. The first Air Force 270 is paying homage to the classic Air Carnivore that originally debuted back in 1993. It comes dressed in a Black, Court Purple and dark Atomic Teal color scheme. This Air Force 270 comes with the original zebra-like pattern used on its midfoot strap. It features a combination of Teal and Purple with Black and White detailing.
The other pair that’s dropping comes in a smooth, triple red color scheme. The bright hue basically covers the sneaker’s premium upper made of leather, nylon and crocodile print detailing seen on the sides. The multi-texture sneaker also features a utility buckle strap across the forefoot and a jeweled mini Swoosh at the side of the ankle, while the large translucent Air Max 270 heel bag and a white midsole completes the design altogether.
Start building your summer rotation when you cop your pair of the Nike Air Force 270 ‘Carnivore’ and Nike Air Force 270 ‘Red & White’ on May 18th at Finishline.com.
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If you’re a flyknit fan then look no further. The Air Max 270 has been a perfect silhouette for those who like to flirt between the lines of sport and style, so it’s great news the Swoosh brand is bringing more colorways of the Air Max 270 Flyknit to the sneaker world.
The latest Crimson color on this style is perfect for the summer months ahead. Paired with White, the look is super clean and right amount of color to set off your street style.
You can get the latest Nike Air Max 270 Flyknit on 5/15 at finishline.com.
Nike Air Max lovers and Volt enthusiasts alike, get ready to step out in one of the cleanest pair of kicks to drop all year. The Nike Air Max 270 is getting decked out in Volt and your only place to get a pair is exclusively with us. We’re going to be dropping them for men, women, and kids with two colors to choose from. Now you need to decide if you’re going to go with the Volt or the stylish Pink pair. With summer right around the corner, you’re gonna want to step out in a clean pair that’s going to get you noticed and these will do just that.
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To go along with the numerous Nike Air Max 270 drops that we’ve seen, Nike Sportswear has been releasing the Nike Air Force 270. One of the first colorways to release was in the original ‘Safari’ colorway that Tinker Hatfield made famous back in 1987 with the Air Safari and we’ve seen other clean designs since. The upcoming Air Force 270 is trendy in every way as it comes with a molded heel, utility-grade buckle, and perforated toe that is geared toward exposing the stitches and the joints. You can’t forget about the heel that is also on the Air Max 270, as the air unit provides the comfort, while a inner bootie ensures snug fit. This next pair comes decked out in Olive all over the upper and is complimented by Orange on the air bubble and midfoot strap. With so many sneakerheads knowing this colorway from the very rare ‘Undefeated’ Retro 4, don’t be shocked if these start getting dubbed with that nickname.
Keep your rotation strong when you cop your pair of the Nike Air Force 270 on April 14th at Finishline.com.
Every year, Nike has sneakerheads waiting and wondering what their next big move will be with the Air Max line. Last year they blew everyone away with the new-look Nike VaporMax Flyknit and it was just what the SWOOSH needed. A breath of fresh air in their legendary running line that has dominated year after year. Air Max Month has come and gone but that doesn’t mean that we’ll stop getting dope releases. The Air Max 270 unit, and its subsequent shoe, is the first 100 percent lifestyle Air shoe that is designed with the same rigor as sport performance but for the demands of all-day wear. The shoes “270” moniker is derived from the 270 degrees of visible air within its Max Air unit. Now, this innovative sneaker gets done up in a clean ‘Clay Green’ colorway that looks so good for Spring. Constructed with an engineered mesh upper, slip-on bootie atop a lightweight foam midsole. An external Air Sole unit adds for comfort in the heel completed with matching tonal branding.
Make sure you add the Nike Air Max 270 ‘Clay Green’ to your rotation on April 12th at Finishline.com.
The Nike Air Max 270 dropped a little while back in some clean colorways and now some new pairs are about to drop in some real OG colorways that are historic to Nike. When it comes to vintage colorways that people love, the ‘Dust Cactus’ and ‘Aqua Marine’ classics were made famous on the Air Max 180 and Air Max 93 when they first released. Now these two schemes are taking over Nike’s newest silhouette.
As a tribute to that Tinker Hatfield classic, Nike is releasing the Air Max 270 in the original Teal colorway championed by the ’93 icon. This particular version features special Air Max Day insoles that depict the March 26th date alongside the white, teal, and black color palette.
Paying tribute to its predecessors is something that Nike found success doing for years. That concept is practiced no clearer than with the upcoming Air Max 270 “OG” pack that pays its respects to original Air 180 and Air Max 93 color schemes.
Almost immediately, you might recognize the White, Ultramarine and Solar Red colorway from the original Nike Air 180, the shoe that partially inspired the design of the AM270 silhouette. Equipped with the tallest heel bag yet – while it is derived from older models – it helps propel the Swoosh into the future, bringing the wearer even closer to the feeling of walking on air.
Make sure you grab the Nike Air Max 270 ‘Heritage Pack’ on March 22nd at Finishline.com.