Nike Set to Introduce the Air Max 1 in “Mint Green” for Fall

A worthy fall rework.

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Nike’s Air Max 1 is currently gearing up for a big fall season, having debuted in a rash of colorways scheduled to hit the scene in the coming weeks ahead. Just earlier hitting our pages in a “Diffused Taupe” motif, this new rendition blends an unlikely tonal trio, dressing the throwback runner in a color scheme fresh the upcoming FW18 period.

A healthy mix of light brown and black take up space along the uppers, with welcome hits of “Mint Green” landing on the outsole, tongue branding and insole. Last but not least, a clean white Air-infused midsole sits sandwiched between the silhouette’s signature color scheme, adding evident familiarity to the new rework. Priced at $110 USD, you can look for this new Air Max 1 on Nike’s online shop sometime in September.

In other sneaker news, Virgil Abloh made exclusive Off-White™ x Nike Blazers for Serena Williams’ daughter.

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