The Nike Air Max Plus Men's/Women's will come in an upper predominantly made out of a black rip-stop upper. The tonal look of the base if then offset by the Metallic Cocoa overlays placed throughout the upper, including the branding on the tongue and side panels. Completing the look of the shoe is the black sole with matching Air units. Rounding out the look is the clear toe guard and the signature TN bubbles on the heel and tongue patch.
For the most part, the states (US) hardly ever gets to see releases of the Nike Air Max Plus Shoes arrive at our local retailers. Nike usually makes the model a AU exclusive and this pair is no different. If you don't mind taking the extra steps to acquire these sneakers, these could also be yours. Let's take a look at the Nike Air Max Plus Chili Pepper. The shoe comes in a red gradient fade accompanied by the patent leather hits found on the toe of the shoe. White branding appears on the side panels, tongue and heel of the shoe, wile the tonal Air Max equipped sole unit and laces tie up the monochromatic look together.
As of late it’s been re-releasing in OG colorways like the "Hyper Blue," and now yet another classic color is set to make a triumphant return to market: the "Voltage Purple." The masterful Outlet Nike Air Max Plus features a purple gradient fade on the upper that starts dark on the bottom and gradually becomes lighter towards the tongue, while the upper’s plastic overlays and mudguard are dressed in black to contain the colorful base. A bright orange appears on the Swoosh and Air Max units, and the look is completed by a purple midfoot shank, white midsole, black outsole, and — of course — a classic TN badge on the heel.
However, the custom embellishments are what makes the shoe stand out: an interesting lacing system covers a large portion of the upper, starting back at the heel before creeping almost all the way up to the toebox, with the eyelets arriving directly above the midsole for an interesting webbed aesthetic. Nike Air Max Plus on Sale The laces feature flecked reflective detailing—so Drake can shine extra bright on stage—and the shoe also boasts a large heel tab, a design quirk that doesn’t appear on a regular Air Max Plus.
The Shop Nike Air Max Plus and soccer: two things the British absolutely adore. The Plus has long held an esteemed place in English football hooligan and roadman (think Skepta) culture, truly becoming London’s shoe since its release in 1999. High-level soccer—and the Nike Mercurial boot line—are equally as important to British culture, and now the two are coming together on a new three-pack of Air Max Plus colorways, all of which feature a giant Mercurial-style logo on the midfoot and nod to classic Air Max Plus color schemes. Arriving in black/grey with red branding, a black with orange branding, and a white/grey with wolf grey branding, all three pairs utilize the giant midfoot logo as their primary design feature, and also feature striking pinstriped detailing on the upper.