No one born in the ’90s will be able to resist these bold Nike sneakers
Frills and beads make this model from the American brand really different (and cute).
The Nike Air Max is a classic that won over those of the ’90s and early 2000s. Most likely, you already had a model of this type in your closet. But for fans of air-box sneakers, it’s hard to stick to just one pair. If so, you may want to add it to the group.
Making necklaces and bracelets out of beads was one of the favorite activities of girls at the beginning of the millennium. On the beach and on the school playgrounds, it was common to see groups creating their own accessories with colorful pieces.
The American brand has recaptured this idea in one of the sports label’s most daring and innovative sneakers, the Nike Air Max 97. It was born out of a bold proposal by one of the brand’s designers. At the time, sneakerheads loved the fact that they didn’t have laces and that the air chamber was extended across the sole of the foot.
However, success came after Giorgio Armani wore them during Milan Fashion Week in 1998, and the following year, Dolce & Gabbana included them in their shows. A statement that took on new life when Mel C, of the Spice Girls, completed her look with these iconic sneakers.
The now popular model comes with a lattice adornment adorning the top in light blue, green, yellow and red, accompanied by a bracelet embroidered with the words “Be True”.
Channeling Y2K nostalgia, the design is more pronounced on the heel, while the chunky sole gives it a more flattering look while ensuring comfort. In contrast to the multicolored elements, the tongue has a more subtle hue that unites all the other tones.
This version of Nike Air Max is part of the new collection of the American brand and will soon be available in the online store. will cost About 189.90 euros.
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