Just earlier today we presented the Nike Free Socfly SD in a gradient colorway and a bold university red version. Now we return to something a little more timeless, yet equally strong if not stronger. The Nike Free Socfly is presented in a triple black version with the full upper, strap and outer-sole all coming in black. A perfect fashion sneaker that works well with shorts, but also with a suit. You will be able to pick it up from Titolo starting April 3.Take a look at two other clean versions of the sneaker here.Black mesh toe box, black smooth leather, black outsole, black laces. This all black version of theNike AirMmax 90 keeps to a direct and well textured monotone. All branding is typical of the model. Available now from Purchaze.
Air Max Day has finally arrived, and after an interview with the man behind the famous Air bubble sole, Tinker Hatfield, we now take a quick look at the Air Max archive at Nike’s Beaverton headquarters. Shedding light on what drives the sportswear leader, and why they are the ones to do things first, the Nike Air Max Experience takes us behind-the-scenes of this historic sneaker.Enjoy the video above and stay tuned for more Air Max news. In the meantime, delve throughNike’s library of Air Max content.Subscribe to Highsnobiety on YouTube.
While Nike’s lineage of Air Max shoes are a sneakerhead icon and home to some of the culture’s most beloved collaborations, it’s easy to forget that Tinker Hatfield’s creations were designed as performance running shoes first and foremost. To celebrate the Air Max line’s beloved place in both sneaker and running circles, Nike joined forces with two Italian running crews – Milan’s R.A.W. and Rome’s HolyWolves – to wax lyrical on the sneaker’s prominence for Air Max Day.Watch as the athletes delve into their varied counter-cultural passions and tear it up running through their hometowns’ picturesque districts. For more Air Max Day content, take a look at ourexclusive interview with the series’ architect, Tinker Hatfield.