Supreme’s Nike Air Max 96 Collaboration Features Completely Clear Windows
Supreme’s endearment to the obscurer pages of Nike catalogs is nothing new. Along with the street fashion brand’s M.O. and its disregard for pandering to what the public wants proudly continues with their next collaboration with Nike – the Air Max 96.
This silhouette has never been re-issued in its original form, considered the flagship Air Max model of 1996, the Air Max 96 XX iterations of 2016 that dropped at NikeLab and boutiques and eventually wound up at outlets. Though people are waiting patiently for the original “Concord” and “Scream Green” colorways, but Supreme’s take on the model has removed the puffed mesh panels in favor of completely see-through panels. Heavy branding appearing in repeating fashion on the tongue ribbon as well as beneath the Swoosh, while a plastic plate sits at the heel. The exposed Air housing on the sole seems to have a new detail that looks something like a black marker scribbled over the original psi markings.
Though a release date has not yet revealed, although they are entirely expected to drop during Supreme’s ongoing SS21 release schedule. They are, however, available at Stadium Goods, so take a thorough look here.
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