From a construction perspective, a full one-piece weaving process that wraps around the foot creates a new updated fit and feel for the Air Max 90 without ever changing the visual cues of the cult classic. The Air Max 1 receives the same upper treatment but is produced via a traditional approach to construction. Both shoes feature the classic “Roundel” branding on the tongue and natural gum rubber outsoles.
The first 150 pairs will be release to the public at a Piccadilly Circus station pop-up kiosk space at 6 a.m. on Saturday, December 14 as a celebration of TFL’s (Transport for London) 150th anniversary. The respective shoes will carry price tags of £100 GBP (approximately $163 USD) for the Air Max 90 and £95 GBP (approximately $156 USD) for the Air Max 1s.