While not the Swoosh’s focus in 2020, the Nike Air Max 1 has spent its 33rd year in existence outfitted in several impressive ensembles. New nods to the Nike SNKRS app and collaborations with DENHAM will soon be joined by the model’s ultra-limited “Lemonade” arrangement from 2006’s Powerwall collection.
In comparison to the Air Max 1 Limeade, which retros on September 19th, much is still unknown about this yellow Air Max. What’s certain, however, is that the reissue remains faithful to the original release.
The mesh base and its mudguard indulge in similar shades of the titular hue, while “air”-branded quarter, midfoot, and heel overlays boast a more vibrant tone. Furthermore, the profile swooshes’ surroundings revel in a reflective finish that makes them that much more eye-catching.
Laces interrupt the predominantly “Lemonade” scheme with their “Pine Green” styling, which also takes over “nike” branding over the lemon slice graphic on the tongue and the visible Airbag underfoot. Sockliners laden with images of lemons and a simple “True White” midsole/black outsole combination round out the pair.
Enjoy a close look at the Air Max 1 “Lemonade” here below.