Set to celebrate 35 years of Tinker’s iconic design, Nike will not only release some notable collaborations but also recall some classics from the archive, including 2004’s Nike Air Max 1 Crepe “Hemp”.
The pair featured a seldom-seen use of burlap uppers and tongues paired with chocolate suede overlays which gave the shoe a comfortable and worn-in feel where the design seems like a similar element of clothing, a well-loved jacket, or a favorite pair of jeans. The pair was highlighted with a solitary strike of aqua blue at the Swoosh, and the use of a crepe sole capped off a beautifully-constructed sneaker.
Though the release of the next year’s Nike Air Max 1 Crepe “Hemp” is yet to be declared, it is assumed that the shoe will feature some similar elements as seen in the previous releases.
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