nike-air-max-1-patch-4 nike-air-max-1-patch-6 nike-air-max-1-patch-5 nike-air-max-1-patch-1 nike-air-max-1-patch-3 nike-air-max-1-patch-2The Nike Air Max 1 “Patch.” sneaker collection will come with 22 patches, with each referencing key people, places, and moments in the Air Max’s evolution. From the thee-letter symbols of Tokyo (TKO), London (LDN), Milan (MLN), New York City (NYC), Paris (PRS), and Shanghai (HAI), while giving subtle nods to Tinker Hatfield with TH87 and TH90 markings.

The Air Max 1 was famously designed by Tinker Hatfield and for this rendition it has been crafted with a no-sew mud-guard, a premium, canvas upper, and polyester overlays on the heel and tongue.

The three coloways, black, beige and olive (not shown here) was made available at NikeLab locations on February 26 but you can still get a pair at select retailers on March 12.

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