Nike Gives Its Air Max 1 a Killer "Orca" Look

Black and white looks all around.

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As this year’s Air Max Day approaches, Nike is adding some new heavy-hitting colorways to its already impressive AM lineup.

Spotlighting the Air Max 1 model, this coveted silhouette sees an all-over black and white “Orca” palette reminiscent of the killer whale it has been named after. The upper’s mesh, leather and suede overlays sport the stealthy black color while contrasting white dresses the Swoosh insignias on both the lateral and medial sides along with the Nike Air branding found on the heel and tongue tab. Lastly, the Air unit housing midsole is decked out in white while the outsole shares both the dark and light tones.

Interested fans can purchase the Nike Air Max 1 “Orca” now at select Nike retailers and nike.com for $110 USD.

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