Air Max 270,The Nike LeBron 18 Low has been privy to some nostalgic interpretations, with the famed “LeBronold Palmer” reaching back to 2011 to revive one of the most sought-after LeBron PEs ever created. This upcoming release is reaching back even further back to 2003, bringing back one of the most revered and most requested collaborations in history.In 2019, Nike released two LeBron 16 Low colorways inspired by atmos’ “Elephant” and “Safari” Air Max 1s. For 2021, Nike will once again be releasing another inspired colorway from the Japanese label, this time on the LeBron 18 Low.
This Nike LeBron 18 Low is a direct nod to the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Viotech” collab from 2003. The shoe features a Brown-colored base paired with a large Purple Swoosh on the sides and smaller Swoosh logos on the mudguard. Finishing off the design is a Brown midsole atop a Gum rubber outsole.This latest iteration of the LeBron 18 Low mimics the Air Max 1 with its brown-based color blocking that’s paired with the large purple Swoosh on the sides and a smaller Swoosh logo on the mudguard. Much like its Air Max 1 counterpart, a brown midsole and gum outsole sit underneath.
The Nike Air Max 97 drew inspiration from bullet trains in Japan. The iconic design features water-ripple lines, reflective piping, and Max Air cushioning for all-day comfort.Following unveilings of youth iterations covered in cherry and space themes, as well as an LX model which utilizes extended layers similar to the Shanghai “Kaleidoscope, the Sportswear classic is readying another iteration to add to its GR arsenal. Uppers, midsoles, and tongues alike are left to a clean and colorless aesthetic which allow its highlighter accents to take front and center. Dispersed between its heightened waves, Swooshes, and throat trimming rests various neon accents that alternate between volt, coral, and pink that spruce these up into the perfect Summer-ready option for your rotation.