Nike Huarache

Twenty-six-year-old Tempe, Arizona resident Randy the Cobbler has made a living out of combining and assembling shoes by hand. His unique creations have amassed great interest and his latest one, the Nike Air Max 1 Moc Hybrid, has already garnered the most attention he’s ever received. He couples the iconic Air Max 1 sole unit with a fringed upper, which might have many calling to mind visvim’s infamous FBT silhouette. Prior to this, Randy had experimented with a Huarache midsole, displaying the one-of-a-kind contraption at this year’s Agenda trade show in New York. Retail for the Air Max 1 Moc Hybrid is set at $300 USD.

For more, and to get in contact with Randy, be sure to visit his website.Before we showed you the new Nike Air Max 90 Current, a fusion of the AM90 and the Free. Also part of the Nike Sportswear Fall ’08 collection is the new Air Max 90 Flywire.The Flywire technology was just recently introduced with the Hyperdunk and uses a wire technology that gives the shoe stability and makes it at the same time very light. Overall a groundbreaking technology that has now also been incorporated into the Air Max 90. The upper is seamless and one can see the wires going over the sneaker. The Air Max 90 logos that usually sit on the rubber parts of the shoe, are now in the same spot, but printed. Also it features the Nike Free sole just like the Air Max 90 Current.We present you a black/yellow and black/green colorway, which is a special for the Beijing Olympic Games.Images after the jump.

We’ve seen a few of these Nike Air Max 1s all sharing this similar theme and here is another that we have not previously seen in a black/grey colorway. This is a really nice all around AM1 with its nice combination of black suede and white mesh. The safari pattern in grey looks proper and it really is nicely complimented by the white Swoosh. These are now available at Bows & Arrows.Take a closer look after the jump.Following the release of the Air Max Premium “Black/Metallic Silver” pack, Nike‘s Lunar-equipped rendition of its iconic Air Max 1 silhouette receives a snakeskin makeover with the introduction of this new Air Max Lunar1 Deluxe edition. The sneaker features a premium embossed leather upper with a matching mesh tongue, contrasting blue accents throughout, and a white Lunarlon midsole which houses a visible Air-Sole unit. The Air Max Lunar1 Deluxe “Black/Gym Blue-White” is now available at Switzerland’s Titolo for approximately $207 USD.