Nike Air Max 1 "Metallic Pewter"

One of Nike’s most iconic models receives a new, weathered colorway.

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The Nike Air Max 1 is one of the many timeless silhouettes with fresh new color patterns, but this time around is introduced in a colorway that feels rustic. Dubbed “Metallic Pewter,” you’ll find a mix of various materials such as suede, leather and mesh to give it that aged metallic look. Keeping things simple, you’ll find iron, black and metallic pewter throughout the shoe for its finishing touches — a colorway that seems to be trending from the Portland office as a similar scheme is being adopted for an upcoming pair of Huaraches for women. The Nike Air Max 1 “Metallic Pewter” is currently available at select Nike Sportswear retailers such as Titolo.

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