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Nike Air Max 1 Berry Vivid Sulfur

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Centered around a brown-paneled upper, the shoe is based on an original “K.O.D.” sample from 2006 scratchlin.com inspired by one of the seven necessities of Chinese life, drinking tea. The revived element of CLOT history named after the transliteration of tea in Chinese serves as founders Edison Chen and Kevin Poon‘s latest effort to bridge the East and the West.

Featuring the same updated construction of the 2021 Nike Shoes 2021 the upcoming release’s mainly “Rocky Tan” upper accented by “Sport Red” Swooshes is inspired by the tones of tea in a celebration of the art and practice of tea drinking. Elevating the shoes is a “Medium Brown” midsole paired with a translucent outsole that obscures Chinese reflexology point graphics.

In celebration of Air Max Day during the month of March, Nike will be releasing a new Nike Air Max 1 Berry Vivid Sulfur that’s heavily inspired by the OG Air Max 1. This Nike Air Max Plus features a White mesh upper paired with a Light Grey cage overlays and classic Red mudguards to really give off that Air Max 1 vibe. Signature “TN” branding atop a White midsole with Red Air bubbles atop a Black rubber outsole completes the design.

The On Sale Nike Air Max 1 arrived at a time when Nike was looking for a way to overtake competition who, while still not as popular, was beating Nike in the visual department. As super-bright color palettes and eye-catching designs rose to the top, Nike’s understated Cortez, Waffle Racer, and Tailwind were being overshadowed. One trip to Paris later and Tinker Hatfield, having marveled at the Pompidou Centre and its exoskeleton of walkways, decided to design a shoe with its air bubble on show.