Building up to Nike’s annual celebration of Air Max Day in March, attention was split between past and future. Those looking back had their eyes on the Air Max 1 ‘86 “Big Bubble” whereas forward-thinking sneakerheads were locked in on the special day’s debut of a new silhouette — the Air Max Pulse. Several colorways popped up before the official reveal and the Swoosh has spared no time in continuing to build its momentum.
Following the appearance of an all-white colorway, the Air Max Pulse now sports an opposing “Black/Anthracite” color composition. A classic approach to any sneaker, its slick presentation places the emphasis on its various details. These features begin with the shoe’s textile upper that is joined by leather and synthetic overlays. From here, the foam midsole chimes in with a textile wrap while point-loaded cushioning at the Air unit offers ample bounce in your step.
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