White and sky blue dress this pair, which comes complete with royal blue Swooshes and a grid-patterned tongue tag. It’s not as geographically inspired as the accompanying “Wabi-Sabi” and “La Ville Lumiere” pairs, but you can’t go wrong with such a globally loved shade of blue.
“Wabi-sabi” is a Japanese-based philosophy that centers its inspiration on nature’s imperfections. As one of three Air Max Day releases, each shoe in this version complements the other with a mismatched color palette, contrasting overlay stitching, and an earthquake-cracked midsole.
The Air Max 95 and 97 are similar in construction, but the 97 has a flatter sole, a different lacing system, and looks more like a lifestyle shoe. This particular 97 features all the earth tones you could ask for and gold never goes out of style.
The VaporMax Plus is the ultimate intersection between past and future. It takes features from the Nike Air Plus, while infusing it with elements that make it completely unique, like the bubbly sole and upper caging.