Nike continues to dig into its archives with the unveiling of two new Air Max 1 drops, introducing the “Anniversary Pack” which comprises a “Hunter Green” and “Anniversary Orange” AM1.
The Tinker Hatfield-designed sneaker is set to return in “Hunter Green,” which was one of the original colorways offered on this silhouette back when it released in 1987, alongside pairs in “University Red” and “Aqua.” The second pair on offer is the “Anniversary Orange” colorway, which is reminiscent of 2010’s Air Max 1 “Holland.”
Both pairs feature mixed-textile uppers, with the toe box appearing in white mesh, the lower-quarter and mudguard appearing in the shoe’s respective signature color, and the mid-sections coming in light gray suede. The swoosh emblem on the side also appears in “Hunter Green” or “Anniversary Orange,” as does the Nike Air branding on the heel, the top eyelet, and the tongue tag branding.
A final touch of color can be found on the toe-section of the outsole, which lines the white midsole that visibly houses a clear Air Bubble unit. Take a look at the Nike Air Max “Anniversary Pack” in the gallery above, and pick up both pairs from Asphalt Gold or Sneakersnstuff on July 30 for £119 GBP apiece (approx. $150 USD).