nike air max 1 ultra flyknit men's shoe burgundy
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The nike air max 1 ultra flyknit burgundy gets the marled olive treatment with a hint of the deep green on its knitted upper. Complemented with striking black accents, laces and a Visible Air Unit sole, the shoe is neutral and versatile enough to go with an assortment of outfits. Rounding things out is the sleek black hyperfuse on the mudguard, which offers enhanced durability and support. 

The Air Max 1 Ultra is taking on the original Air Max 1’s original “Sport Red” colorway at the moment, but it’s not the only tech-updated take on the model to tackle that iconic palette. Did someone say Flyknit?Yes, there’s a nike air max 1 ultra flyknit maroon Sport Red in the mix as well. Despite sporting the kind of largely one-piece upper typical of Flyknit, the shoe pretty ably recreates that OG colorway.A “perforated” white toebox gives way to grey along the tighter-knit side and heel, giving the appearance of traditional paneling. From there, one need only add a seamless red mudguard and Swoosh, a white cored-out foam sole, and voilà: OG-mimicking Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit Sport Red.

Leading up to Nike Air Max Day on March 26, the Swoosh brand honours the legendary shoe with a series of releases from its 30th anniversary collection. Adding to the fanfare is the recent release of the nike air max 1 ultra flyknit black Shoe. That’s right, the Air Max Flyknit family just got bigger and fresher with the entry of this new hybrid that ticks all the boxes of a great athletic-meets-aesthetic shoe.

1987’s famed red & white release from Nike gave us all quite an eyeful when it first stepped on the scene. The nike air max 1 ultra flyknit men's shoe was the first shoe to feature a visible air unit, a transparent bubble where you could actually witness the technology at work. ‘Air’ had been present inside the midsole’s of several of Nike’s releases in the years previous (notably introduced in the Tailwind in 1978) but this was the first time you were able to experience it with your own eyes. The story goes that designer Tinker Hatfield drew inspiration from the eccentric Centre Pompidou in Paris, where the clear architecture allowed you to see the inner workings of the cultural destination. His architectural past chimed with this idea, and the aesthetic of the Air Max 1 was born.

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