The Air Max BW which has seen various iterations and colourways in the past few months takes its initials from the ‘Big Window’ Air Max bubble. Part of the Nike International Series originally released in 1991 this ever popular shoe, which is also known as the Air Max ‘Classic’ features a black mesh upper and black swoosh branding. Seen as a sort of cross between the Air Max 180 and the Air Max 90, this panda colourway has earned its place in the Air Max history books.
With premium, perforated leather uppers, the Court Vantage speaks for itself. Although an adidas Originals court classic, but with contemporary styling, we think these should remain strictly off the court and on the street.
An absolute timeless retro number which is as popular as ever with sneakerheads. Classic shoe, classic colourway and with soft leather uppers and embossed Reebok logo on the tongue, these are ones to be added to the collection.
Released back in 2000, the Presto is having something of a renaissance. Recently we’ve seen the Safari, Persian Violet and now the Presto White Fs. White, white, more white and a simple touch of black. They’re lightweight, and probably the most comfortable Nikes ever.