With the shoe’s 25th Anniversary nearing its end, the Air Max 1 has seen little daylight considering the shoe’s notoriety. With the exception of the Hyperfuse Premium 1s, Air Max 1 releases have been few and far between. This, I hope, triggers it all as we focus in on 2013. Using the 1′s midsole/outsole, Nike Sportswear released a new hybrid dubbed as the Wardour Max 1. Combining the Wardour Chukka’s rugged upper and the simple Air Max 1 midsole, you’ve got a new age chukka/boot to consider.
Just in time for the Fall, the Wardour Max 1 is built for the outdoors, with the blue rope laces and the metal grommets. Air Max fans, is this a go? Drop by Nike BHS to pick up the Nike Wardour Max 1 today, retailing at 4,095 php.