Size? announced at the top of the month that it would exclusively stock a pair of “Safari” looks, initially revealing the Air Max 95 of the two-shoe pack. And today, the U.K.-based retailer revealed the second style — an Air Max 1.
The colorway, according to Size?, is a nod to the Air Safari sneaker that legendary designer Tinker Hatfield created for Nike in 1987.
The Air Max 1 is executed with black, gray and carrot orange hues on the upper, sitting atop a white midsole and a carrot orange and black outsole. The Nike Air branding on the heels, Nike Air Max tag on the tongue and Swoosh logo at the forefoot are all executed in carrot orange. According to Size?, the gray speckled pattern on the upper — reminiscent of premium Ostrich skin — was inspired by a luxury sofa store Hatfield visited during his early design years.
The Nike Air Max 1 “Safari” arrives on June 15 exclusively via the Size? Previews app and in all of its doors. The sneaker will retail for £120 (roughly $160).
The retailer still has pairs of the Air Max 95 “Safari” in stock online via Size.co.uk, which released June 8, with a £130 (roughly $174) price tag.
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