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After its initial run in the 1990s, the Swoosh Brand’s Air Max Deluxe was stowed away in Nike’s expansive archive with little to no releases ever hitting shelves. Now, in the sneaker industry’s incredibly maximalist culture, the Deluxe is enjoying a resurgent campaign due to its wildly boisterous shell. Its head-turning upper allows for immense color blocking capabilities, while its Air Max 97-inspired sole unit keeps its fundamentally rooted with NSW’s signature aesthetic. Those whimsical, head-turning graphics on its shell-like upper are back, with a combination of Enamel Green, Metallic Silver, Obsidian, and Bright pink. Finally, a White midsole featuring Air Max cushioning with Pink for the interior and a Black/White rubber outsole tops it all off.

Grab your pairs of the Nike Air Max Deluxe ‘Enamel Green’ on November 20th at Finishline.com.

After its initial run in the 1990s, the Swoosh Brand’s Air Max Deluxe was stowed away in Nike’s expansive archive with little to no releases ever hitting shelves. Now, in the sneaker industry’s incredibly maximalist culture, the Deluxe is enjoying a resurgent campaign due to its wildly boisterous shell. Its head-turning upper allows for immense color blocking capabilities, while its Air Max 97-inspired sole unit keeps its fundamentally rooted with NSW’s signature aesthetic. The ‘Thunder Blue’ colorway calls upon the Deluxe’s signature sound-wave inspired pattern and uses blue and white with orange accents for a striking look. The Habanero Red iteration that calls upon Volt detailing as well as hits of brown for more depth.  Its pearlescent heel unit provides an appealing touch while white and black elements make their presence known for much needed contrast. The Air Max Deluxe is a maximalist sneaker lover’s dream with a unique look unlike anything else that is sure to standout.

Grab your pairs of the Nike Air Max Deluxe on November 7th at Finishline.com.

After its initial run in the 1990s, the Swoosh Brand’s Air Max Deluxe was stowed away in Nike’s expansive archive with little to no releases ever hitting shelves. Now, in the sneaker industry’s incredibly maximalist culture, the Deluxe is enjoying a resurgent campaign due to its wildly boisterous shell. Its head-turning upper allows for immense color blocking capabilities, while its Air Max 97-inspired sole unit keeps its fundamentally rooted with NSW’s signature aesthetic. Next up for the 90s cult classic is a navy and red colorway that sees itself sporting a classic color combination that looks tremendous together on almost any model. Its pearlescent heel unit provides an appealing touch while white and black elements make their presence known for much needed contrast. The Air Max Deluxe is a maximalist sneaker lover’s dream with a unique look unlike anything else that is sure to standout.

Grab your pair of the Nike Air Max Deluxe on October 18th at Finishline.com.