Nike has plenty of Air Max 1 styles lined up for the rest of the year, but this week’s addition switches things up a bit. Featuring jewel Swooshes and toggle lacing, the ‘No Bubble’ pair also features a painted Air bubble underfoot.
Nike’s anniversary celebration of the Air Max 1 has given us plenty of new and classic colorways to look forward to for the rest of the year, as well as the looming ‘Big Bubble’ pair rumored to release during Air Max month. While we await the return of the shoe’s original styling, a new look surfaced this week, sporting some adjustments to the usual design. The ‘No Bubble’ look paints over the shoe’s signature visible Air tech underfoot, though this it not the only distinct change. The pair features a flexible mesh base layer for the toes and collars, adding leather overlays in white to the toe box, while a cream white shade makes up the rest of the mudguard. The quarter panel comes in soft suede, with a milky white jewel Swoosh nestled in the center. The heel counter adds a pale shade of light blue, with a molded plastic overlay that features writing over the Nike Air branding, though it’s hard to make out in the official photos. Finally, the standard laces has been replaced by a toggle lacing system to complete the look.
NIKE AIR MAX 1 ‘HANGEUL DAY’ RELEASE INFORMATION
Nike’s latest Air Max 1 to surface puts a new spin on the classic silhouette, and is expected to drop sometime in Fall 2022, though no date has been announced yet. The ‘No Bubble’ look will likely be available from both Nike’s SNKRS app and select retailers, likely with an elevated price tag of $160. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Swoosh related release news.
Nike Air Max 1 ‘Hangeul Day’
Release Date: Fall 2022
UPDATE 11/4/22: Nike has scheduled their ‘Hangul Day’ release of the Air Max 1 for a global release on November 17th, 2022. Dressed in minimalist shades and featuring graphics to honor the Korean alphabet, pairs will be available via the SNKRS app for $160.
UPDATE 10/8/22: Nike’s simple new colorway of the Air Max 1 has been revealed to be part of the ‘Hangeul Day’ pack, celebrating Korea’s national alphabet day holiday. Featuring Nike branding in Korean on the heels, the womens’ exclusive pair launched earlier this week exclusively in Asian markets, with a price tag of approximately $160.