Get a Closer Look at the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Animal 3.0” Pack

Featuring the new giraffe print.

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Following the success of their “Animal 2.0” pack, atmos and Nike have teamed up again to create the Nike Air Max 1 “Animal 3.0” set. The new collection features tiger, leopard and giraffe prints on the classic Air Max 1 silhouette. The new sneakers were designed in colloabration with British artist Dave White, who is known for his animal prints.

atmos and Nike launched their previous jungle-inspired collaboration as part of Air Max Day 2018, dropping a multi-animal print take on both the Air Max 95 and the Air Max 1. The new collection sticks exclusively to the Air Max 1, with each sneaker featuring colorful laces and Swoosh branding alongside the textured animal prints.

The atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Animal 3.0” Pack dropped on Saturday, July 13, at atmos’ Tokyo store and Japanese website. As part of the launch, atmos also released a small apparel collection featuring animal prints. Stateside fans can also pick up the “Animal 3.0” pack at ComplexCon Chicago from July 20 to 22. Stay tuned for more news on a potential wider release in the United States.

Each pair retails for ¥25,000 JPY (approximately $230 USD). In other sneaker news, Jordan has updated the Air Jordan 13 with a colorway honoring the Los Angeles Lakers.

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