As Nike continues to push the envelope on their designs and stories, they have started to mesh the old school with the new school. The Nike Air VaporMax took 2017 by storm and the style evolved throughout the year as we saw different variations of the shoe. Now the VaporMax is getting mashed up with a classic running style from the SWOOSH, the Air Max Plus. The Nike VaporMax Plus mixes together the Air Max Plus and VaporMax into one. It features a neoprene upper with TPU overlays that follows the signature style of the Air Max Plus, and the shoe sits atop a VaporMax sole, Air Vapor Max Plus branding on the tongues and “VM” logo on the heel to complete the design altogether. Talk about the best of both worlds.
Now the VaporMax Plus is getting a classic colorway that is no stranger to fans of the SWOOSH. Made famous by the Nike Air Max 95, this sneaker gets decked out in the OG ‘Neon’ color scheme. Coming dressed in a Black, Volt and White color scheme that’s as classic as the Air Max Line. The shoe features a smoked gradient upper that fades from White-to-Black highlighted with Volt accents. A Black VaporMax sole and 3M Reflective tongues completes the design.
You can add the Nike Air VaporMax Plus ‘Neon’ to your rotation on April 6th when and grab a pair at Finishline.com.
Warmer weather is around the corner and it’s time to start planning breaking out the best neck breakers in your rotation. The Nike Air Flyknit VaporMax 2.0 just dropped but it seems like Nike has some big plans for this silhouette as we keep seeing new colorways every day. We saw the first two colorways that were inspired by classic Air Max colorways and the next one up is the ‘Pink Beam’ version of the VaporMax 2.0. Utilizing a mixture of White and Pink on most of its upper, its miniature midfoot Swoosh ushers in Black for contrast and to match its tongue branding. Its bubble sole boasts a translucent hue that matches the rest of the look, dressed in a very soft pink. Completing the design is 3M reflective heels atop the light Pink VaporMax sole unit.
Grab your pair of the Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 ‘Pink Beam’ on March 29th at Finishline.com.
Nike’s groundbreaking running innovation 7 years in the making undergoes new evolution. The Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 places the most air ever directly underfoot for an unbelievably light and flexible feel. This new Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 is the second rendition of the popular Nike Air VaporMax silhouette and it will be part of Nike’s Air Max Day 2018 lineup for the month of March. The updated Nike Flyknit upper delivers structure in the toe and heel, expanding the support and protective capability of Nike’s most revolutionary Air Max. Dressed in a Black, Dusty Cactus and Hyper Jade color scheme that was made popular on the Nike Air Max 93. The VaporMax 2.0 comes with a similar build as the first version with a smaller Nike Swoosh. Nike also places a heel counter as a nice added touch.
Grab your pair of the Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 ‘Dusty Cactus’ on March 22nd at Finishline.com.
Through the last couple of years, sneaker brands have celebrated and honored historic moments through colorways and special designs. Nike has honored February and Black History Month with special colorways and designs on numerous styles and signature sneakers over the years. While Nike Basketball dropped their pairs a few weeks ago, Nike Running has decided to honor this feat with a primarily black Vapormax iteration that furthers Nike’s continued Pan-African aesthetic with touches of green and red scattered that are scattered throughout and a tri-colored stripe on its heel. More gold detailing is featured on the insole and aglets, adding a luxe aesthetic to the model as well. Like we saw on the LeBron 15 and KD X, the Nike Vapormax BHM is following in their footsteps with “08 20 1993” featured toward its heel in that same gold lettering. On that date, Gail Devers set the IAAF world record for the 100m run; the record still stands today.
Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit ‘BHM’ on February 1st at Finishline.com.
Earlier this year Nike introduced us to Air VaporMax. The model quickly became the brand’s biggest running revolution of the year. Just in time for the holidays, Nike is improving upon that revolution. The Air VaporMax Flyknit MOC boasts an adjustable gore strap across the midfoot, the change allows for a easily customizable fit and eliminates the need for a traditional lacing system. Nike dropped some clean colorways back in November and now we’re getting another clean pair. Adorned in a ‘Midnight Fog’ colorway, this laceless iteration allows the easiest of slip on access, sitting atop a translucent bubble sole that furthers the tonal aesthetic.
Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit MOC ‘Midnight Fog’ on January 25th at Finishline.com.