Taking on a similar design, the new colorway comes with “AIR” branding in round bubble letters repeated throughout the uppers. The top of the shoe is detailed with a red strawberry motif and a thin “Nike” logo, complemented by a set of creamy yellow laces that match the tones of the insole, heel stamp and Air sole unit bubble. Furthermore, smooth satin mesh appears at the collars and toebox, while a glossy Swoosh and pink leather panels at the heel and toecap round off the uppers’ buoyant design. All of these features rest over a crisp white midsole, accented with a yellow-tinted Air sole unit.
Nike’s Air Max 1 “Strawberry Lemonade” is slated to release on November 4 on Nike’s website for $140 USD.
For more brightly colored Nikes, check out iterations of Nike SB’s Zoom Blazer Mid, Blazer Low GT and Zoom Stefan Janoski in bold highlighter hues.