Most readily available in European markets and recently the subject of some of size?‘s most sought-after NSW collabs, Nike‘s Air Max Light – Tinker Hatfield‘s oft overlooked 1989 follow-up to the Air Max 1 and the predecessor to the Air Max 90 – looks like it could soon enjoy a more ubiquitous presence thanks to its addition to the “Essential” line that’s already home to a number of Max Air-equipped favorites. Here the kicks adopt a tweaked take on the classic color combination of bright orange and forest green, pairing orange accents with a “Black Pine” leather mudguard, breathable grey mesh, black suede quarter panels, and a white leather Swoosh. Nike Sportswear’s “Black Pine” edition of the Air Max Light Essential can be picked up now via Switzerland’s Titolo.
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