A First Look at the Nike Air Max 1 "Just Do It" Model

Patched up and orange.

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Another upcoming model from this year’s Nike “Just Do It” collection has leaked on Women’s Day, and it’s one for the ladies. This commemorative model takes on the Air Max 1 silhouette and will launch in celebration of Nike’s 30th anniversary of the “Just Do It” campaign.

The thematic sneaker features a white leather upper that’s covered in various Nike insignias and phrases in the form of logo patches, embroidery and patterned Swooshes. The elaborate pair gets an additional dose of drama via neon orange accents, which visit the laces, eyelets, tongue tab, visible Air bubble unit and throughout the decorative patchwork.

There’s no word on specific release details yet, but we’re expecting these Women’s size Air Max 1s to drop with the rest of the “Just Do It” collection this fall. Let us know your thoughts on Nike’s new design vision and for more text-emblazoned kicks, take a look at the potential Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Max 90 in black.

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