atmos Launches Nike Air Max-Worshipping Magazine

‘VISIBLE by atmos AIR MAX MAGAZINE’ includes a feature on the collaborative Air Max2 Light.

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Heavyweight sneaker boutique atmos continues to honor Nike‘s Air Max with a special magazine dedicated to the line’s many iconic silhouettes. Named after the groundbreaking visible Air unit, VISIBLE by atmos AIR MAX MAGAZINE‘s title also denotes the Air Max’s ubiquitous, unshakeable presence in the footwear industry.

As usual, atmos lovingly snaps high-definition imagery of key Air Max models, like the classic Air Max 95 “Neon”, rendering each wearable akin to a work of fine art. Contents range from interviews with Japanese Nike “On Air” finalist Yuta Takuman and jeffstaple to exclusive close-ups of the forthcoming atmos x Nike Air Max2 Light.

Elsewhere, the magazine highlights atmos’ history of elevated Air Max models, like the “Beast” pack and iconic Air Max 1 “Safari.” To help blend the physical publication with current-day tech, readers can scan AR codes scattered throughout the magazine with atmos’ app to shop some of the models covered within — no word on whether that includes the sought-after vintage models or if it’s limited to the new silhouettes.

Visit atmos’ web store to pre-order the magazine, which launches on February 26 — exactly one month ahead of Air Max Day on March 26.

Recently, atmos teased a head-turning adidas Continental 80 “Scarlet.”

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