Nike Air Max 1 Sketch To Shelf ‘White’
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This ‘Air Max 1 Schematic’ is one of two colourways of the iconic release. The pair is showing the steps Tinker Hatfield went through to design the first-ever Nike ‘Air Max 1’ shoe. Pulling out all raw design elements, the sneakers are dressed entirely in white with black detailing throughout. The work-in-progress feel is also describing every element of the sneakers, which are also signed and dated by the designer. Finished with the brand’s iconic and visible ‘Air Unit’ and a translucent outsole underfoo, the ‘Schematic’ is a “property of Nike, not for resale” — printed to the interior, simply telling you to buy the shoes and re-sell them…
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