After some pretty vibrant colorways for its debut in late 2015, the Nike Air Max 2016 Latest now cools down a bit with clean neutral colorways like the one you see here today. Blue Grey is the appealing hue featured across the all-mesh upper, with a subtly heathered treatment and matching translucent outsole. Keeping them from being totally tonal, black adds some nice contrast to the Swooshes and Flywire.
The impressive looks for the latest flagship Air Max model persist with this colorway in nothing but Obsidian. The Nike Air Max 2016 navy pink Best has seen some vibrant editions early in its run, but now it goes dark with this tonal treatment in Obsidian covering every inch of the shoe—even the Air bag is tinted blue. One exception to all the dark blue is the reflective silver visible under the mesh in the heel.
As Air Max aficionados get closer and closer to the next edition of Nike’s flagship Max Air cushioned running shoe, the anticipation can continue to build as we get a first idea of what they’ll look like on foot. Not much of a departure from 2015’s model. the Air Max 2016 also features a full Engineered Mesh construction with Dynamic Flywire support, but this time it opts for a speedy looking toe Swoosh. The Nike Air Max 2016 University Red Store officially drops well before the year actually changes.
The future of Air Max is almost here, as the Nike Air Max 2016 high quality will release on November 19th. It took almost three decades to get here, as Tinker Hatfield’s iconic Air Max 1 creation hit retail shelves in 1987 and put in motion the creatively head-turning design of visible air. The overhauled design showcases Nike’s affection for pushing forward as the 360 degree air bubble has been a lasting feature for the past couple of flagship models.
There’s no hiding the fact that full-length Air Max has sorta fallen out of favor with runners due to the evolving technologies and innovations of performance footwear. Still, Air Max has a massive cult following and even though models like Vomeros and Structures are better equipped for the sport, full-length Bubbles will always be an eye-catcher. The annual Air Max model is almost like a concept car – meant to be marveled at rather than put to daily use, but it’s still a popular pick for casual use. The Nike Air Max 2016 Pure Platinum Shop model won’t debut until later this year, but we’re getting some advanced looks at the new model; the 2015 Max unit reprises its role, while the upper takes on more of an “FB” style with the forefoot Swoosh.