Rumors for a Nike Air Max 1 OG "Big Bubble" Release Surface

Expected for 2023.

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According to reports, we could be seeing a re-release of the Nike Air Max 1 OG “Big Bubble.” Currently expected for sometime in 2023, the “Big Bubble” or “Big Window” was originally released as a part of the initial 1986 production run, before the Air Max 1 officially debuted in 1987.

The potential 2023 reissue is expected to be a faithful recreation of Nike‘s iconic footwear style lauded for sneakerheads. Featuring the original build and color blocking, the upper of the Air Max 1 OG “Big Bubble” is constructed with a white mesh base accented by gray and red overlays. The defining element of the release are pure white midsoles with larger Air units paired with multicolor rubber outsoles.

The Nike Air Max 1 OG “Big Bubble” is now expected to release sometime during Spring 2023.

For more footwear news, take an official look at the Nike Dunk Low “Blue Paisley” and “Black Paisley.”

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