Nike has offered an official look at its Air Max 1 “Lemonade,” a re-issue of a 2006 model that was unveiled back in September.
According to Nike, the upcoming sneaker is a “premium upgrade” from the 2006 version. It comes with fresh-squeezed features, like a tongue tag that comes with a lemon graphic, insoles emblazoned with thematic artwork and a slew of reflective materials around the shoe’s body. Most of the shoe sports a citrusy bright yellow hue, complemented by striking green accents, like its laces and a bubble-shaped “Air” logo at the heel. Furthermore, A light yellow Swoosh is set against a pattern of repeated “Air” logos, while a crisp white midsole rounds off the shoe’s zesty design.
Nike’s Air Max 1 “Lemonade” will be available on November 25, 11 p.m. EST on Nike’s website for $140 USD.