After releasing the Air Max 270 with bright pops of University Red and “Volt” green, Nike has taken the silhouette into chrome territory with a new black and “Pure Platinum” take for its latest colorway.
The Air sole boosted-sneaker — the tallest yet in the brand’s Air Max line — is blacked out all along the upper and constructed of perforated mesh. Bringing in the edge are the hits of “Chrome” and “Pure Platinum,” offering up metallic touches along the Swooshes, the “Air” logo stamped at the back heel and the “270” emblem featured on the tongue and side panel. A branded pull tab at the back and all-black outsole cap it off with a clean finish.
Priced at €150 EUR (approximately $169 USD), the Air Max 270 “Black/Chrome/Pure Platinum/Anthracite” is available now at 43einhalb’s webstore.
For more in footwear, check out the recent release of the Air Max 720 in “Midnight Navy/Laser Orange.”