Starting at the top of the shoe is a transparent “Nike” patch logo that’s been emblazoned with a small illustration of a daisy, placed over a light sky blue-toned tongue. Fluorescent “Ghost Green” laces cover the forefoot, contrasting the shoe’s finely textured monochromatic body. “Speed Yellow” accents appear in the form of a corduroy Swoosh at the sidewalls as well as an embroidered logo at the heel counter. Furthermore, additional daisy motifs along the black leather rear quarter and the front gray mudguards round up the uppers’ vibrant design. All of these features rest over a crisp white midsole, complemented by a lime-tinted Air sole unit and an icy thin outsole.
Nike’s daisy-coated Air Max 1 is currently available on Nike’s website for $140 USD.
For more from Nike, check out an “Atomic Powder” iteration of the Air Max Exosense.