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#1 27-12-2014 08:05:38

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Nike Sportswear centered its focus on Air Max classics to breathe

Those with an affinity for all-things-original will rejoice tomorrow as the first-born ‘Infrared' colorway of the legendary nike air max thea returns in ‘Hyperfuse' form. Rebuilt with the super-lightweight and durable three-layer material known as Hyperfuse, Nike Sportswear centered its focus on Air Max classics to breathe a new level of appeal to the already iconic group. A first release as part of a Crooked Tongues party followed by a wider release in Europe, the Hyperfuse Infrareds have garnered plenty of excitement, so we'll see how it goes down tomorrow when select NSW retailers make ‘em available. Can't wait, or need them secured? Cop them right now.

Off the court, or on? nike air max thea mens introduces a new 3/4-cut mid-top sneaker just for the ladies to serve a dual purpose – hardcore athletic training, and stylish pickings for treks out in the city. the Nike Air Max S2S, or ‘Studio 2 Street', features a number of performance-friendly details like the lightweight and breathable upper and Max Air cushioning at the heel, but also infuses Lifestyle appeal with the Houndstooth interior lining and high ankle cut. Perhaps bridging the two realms is the multi-directional flex-grooves on the heel – a welcome feature on an athletic and lifestyle shoe. Additional shots below, so give it a look and we'll keep you updated on release info!

A little history on the shoe before we get on to the collaboration: the nike air max thea australia, was the first Air Max shoe to release after the Air Max 1 launched in 1987. Noted for the unique Air window in which the visibility was creatively blocked with two ‘icicles' coming down from the top of the midsole, the Air Stability of 1988 didn't see much action after its initial release as Nike was quickly evolving the Air Max line with newer models featured larger Air Max units. In 2005, Nike re-delivered the Air Stab to the masses (a strange tidbit of info – some boxtags labeled the shoe as ‘Stabb' rather than ‘Stab'), but it didn't quite as much steam until UK's Foot Patrol was called on to re-energize the silhouette.

The Foot Patrol nike free run womens was released in December of 2005 as an in-store exclusive to Foot Patrol in the UK; as they've done with previous releases, the Foot Patrol staff went the extra mile to reward its customers, offering English tea in Foot Patrol Stab mugs served by a gorgeous main in a scantily clad uniform. The shoe itself was designed in-house by Foot Patrol, opting for a crisp and clean colorway at the core rather than imposing with a funky gimmick as most sneaker collaborations of the 2005-2007 era had. In the end, the Stabs came out wonderfully and Nike put out plenty of Stab releases in the following years and even launched the shoe on Nike iD. It was a ‘Retro' done right highlighted by a partnership with one of the best in the game, so check below for more of today's Classics Revisited and stay tuned for one more big-name collab tomorrow!

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