The COMME des Garcons x Nike Air 180 Pack made its debut in three color options all highlighted with Laser Pink and Solar Red. With no explanation or apparent inspiration behind the looks, CDG created three eye-catching editions of the classic 1991 runner in white, light pink, and black uppers with ..
Originally released back in 1991, the shoe returns in a White, Bright Ceramic and Dark Concord color scheme. This colorway of the Nike Air Max 180 comes dressed in a Spring-ready White, Bright Ceramic and Dark Concord color scheme. The suede and mesh base comes dressed in White, while the Dark Conco..
Painted in a classic blue and orange colour scheme, the Desert Sand flawlessly fuses “Racer Blue” and “Total Orange” together for an aesthetic that should remind historians of the brand’s iconic ACG subsidiary and the heralded Mowabb silhouette, which was recently honoured as part of LeBron James’ #..
Last seen back in 2013. This colorway combines a white synthetic suede and mesh upper with bright ceramic logos and dark concord accents. it’s known for its signature colors of mixing a full white leather/mesh upper that is accented with Ultramarine on the lining, Swooshes and outsole, while solar r..
The Nike Air Max family has supplied some of the greatest runner shoes since the 80’s, particularly the Air Max 180. Its entire upper is done in Black built with a mix of nubuck, mesh and ripstop nylon. A grey hit is used for the 180 logo on the tongue, while volt is used to detail the Nike Air bran..
Japanese fashion label Comme des Garcons delivers three colorways of the Nike Air Max 180 for Spring 2018, this pair sporting a pink and black upper. Like the other pairs in the collection, the shoe features Solar Red Swooshes and CDG branding along the insoles. with each of the three options contai..
Painted in a clean colourway, black accents are present throughout for an unapologetically Off-White aesthetic. Other Off-White features include red stitching on the Swoosh logo, a red hang tag, as well as “AIR” branding which can be seen on the tongue...