Nike Give The Air Max 1 The Pure Platinum Treatment
The Nike Air Max 1 Pure Platinum Pack features a selection of metallic inspired colourways across the legendary Tinker Hatfield design.
As new Air Max hybrid model’s may have dominated the sneaker news so far for 2018, you still can’t go wrong with all the OG’ness of the Air Max 1. The first ever Nike Air Max to be introduced onto the sneaker world back in 1987 thanks to Tinker Hatfield, the original silhouette is still considered as one of the all time greats. Following on from the likes of Nike Air Max 1 Curry trainer released earlier in the year, the celebrated classic is now released in a Pure Platinum colourway for July 2018.
Highlights of the Pure Platinum trainer include grey/white suede overlays, canvas underlays alongside a black mini swoosh to the mudguard and the iconic Air Max 1 sole unit. The Nike Air Span II will also be dropping for July 2018 as part of the Pure Platinum Pack.