All the Nike Air Max drops you need to know about this month. All available at Need Supply Co. on release day at 10AM EST.
Pretty much as sweet as it sounds, this new colorway for the slick 270 silhouette is another spiritual throwback to the ‘90s. Cop it to honor your middle school self or for that hardcore L.A. Lakers fan you love.Shop the 270 Hyper Grape
The OG Air Max silhouette debuts in a ‘90s silly Aqua colorway. This style, with its subtle pops of purple, dropped internationally in December and we're getting it stateside just in time for spring.Shop the Air Max 1 Anniversary Aqua
This is a subtle 2018 update of the ultimate Air Max icon, Tinker Hatfield's revolutionary original. It's being re-released as a nice celebration of its 30th anniversary. Awww.Shop the Air Max 1
Last ‘90s-intense Air Max drop this month, we promise. This over-the-top rendition of the high-tech Vapormax 97 feel like Ridley Scott meets the radioactive green of Nickelodeon's extreme gameshow, Guts. Wear 'em to save the planet from some aliens.Shop the Air Vapormax 97
Ok, hold up. This one's pretty ‘90s, too. (We know you're not mad.) The "Cone" colorway is probably the ’98's boldest, brightest ever and sort of looks like it stepped out of a Klasky Csupo animation circa 1994. Must cop.Shop the Air Max 98 QS "Cone"
This wild animal is a reissue of a highly sought-after collaboration between Nike and Tokyo's atmos. It combines tiger, cheetah, and zebra prints in pony hair. Photos just don't seem to really do it justice, so check it out in store for best results.Enter to Win Drawing Here
This warm-tone 270 is dominated by a generous splash of marigold, one of the hottest colors of the season and a pop of bubble gum in the Air Max heel. It's sunny, but the 270 silhouette keeps it slick enough for the serious runner.Shop the Air Max 270
The pièce de résistance of Air Max Month, Sean Wotherspoon's Air Max 1/97 SW. One of the world's foremost sneakerheads, Wotherspoon won 2017's Vote Forward competition with this design. It combines some feel-good 70s vibes with a nod to nascent 80s sneaker culture, and a love for his two home cities Richmond, Virginia and Los Angeles. They're our two home cities, too, so we're all about this Air Max icon.