Nike Air Max 95 “Mowabb” – Champagne/Safety Orange-Sport Royal – ($180)

In 2008, a “King of the Mountain” edition of the Air Max 90 featured an Nike Mowabb-inspired colorway with serpentine leather on the mudguard and a psychedelic illustration visible though the outsole. This Air Max 95 adopts the ACG color scheme onto its silhouette and grabs the illustration for the outsole as well. Scaled leather hits the panel above the heel while royal and safety orange hit the throat of the shoe inspired by a famed ACG colorway.

Available through email order on and in-store at our Teaneck location.

Nike Air Max 95 “Safari” – Black/Granite/Safety Orange/Black – ($180)

In 1987, Tinker Hatfield designed what some consider to be the first lifestyle sneaker, the Nike Safari. His use of what has come to be known as the safari print has made its way onto several Nike models since then, including this Air Max 95. Adding to the inspiration, the 2008 Nike Air Max 1 Supreme “Keep Rippin Stop Slippin” Quickstrike provides the color choices and the use of long black horsehair, along with the translucent outsole that reveals an illustration found on the 2008 model.

Available through email order on and in-store at our Teaneck location.

Nike Air Max 95 OG “Aqua” – Grey/Black-Indigo Burst-Hyper Jade – ($170)

The innovative Air Max 95 was a design marvel, and this OG version showcases the color flexibility on the panels with a blend of grey, purple, and aqua. Grey suede and patterned purple and aqua leather mix on the horizontal panels with black adding contrast on the heel Swoosh, midsole, and laces. The full-length Air Unit has aqua structure visible through the translucent Air bubble.

Available on October 18th at 12 Noon EST through email order at and in-store at our Teaneck location.

Nike Air Max 97/BW “Black Metallic Hematite” ($170)

 The Air Max 97 BW takes the 1997 Air unit and throws it back to Tinker Hatfield’s 1991 Air Max Classic BW. Covered in black with metallic hematite panels and 3M Reflective trimming, the shoe features a leather and mesh upper from the Air Max BW. A matching black Air Max 97 sole completes the design.

Available now through email order at and in-store at our Teaneck location.

Nike Air VaporMax Premier Flyknit “Multicolor” – Black/Signal Blue-Grn Strk ($225)

The Nike Vapormax Premier Flyknit showcases two of Nike’s best-received innovations. This shoe’s Flyknit upper uses a bold multi-color weave that is offset by black neoprene panels and a gore stretch strap to stabilize the foot. A black molded mudguard connects the upper to the bold translucent Vapormax unit with a volt green “AIR” logo below the outsole.

Available tomorrow, October 5th at 12PM Noon EST through email order at and in-store at our Teaneck location.

Nike Air Foamposite One “Denim” – Obsidian/Black-University Red ($230)

Consistent with the rugged ethos of the Nike Air Foamposite One, this version uses a dark blue denim on the molded upper, contrasted with black suede eyestays and hits of red for added pop. Black carbon hits the midfoot plate, while an icy translucent outsole finishes off the iconic Nike basketball sneaker.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location as well as through email order at

Nike Air Max Deluxe “Midnight Navy” ($180)

Nike re-releases the 1999 cult classic Air Max Deluxe with a navy upper and flashes of swirling neon. As the first Air Max to offer a seamless upper, the model adds a TPU exoskeleton on the toe and collar for stability. Sitting below is a full length Air unit similar to the one first found on the Air Max 97.

Available now in both Men’s and Women’s sizing through email order at

Nike Air Vapormax FK Utility “Pink Blast” – Black/Black-Grid Iron ($225)

The Nike Air Vapormax FK Utility gets a bold colorway punctuated with hits of pink and yellow. This colorway boasts a black Flyknit upper with hits of grey and bits of yellow on the lace bands and heel pull. Pink hits the full Vapormax unit, adding pop to the model.

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Nike More Uptempo 96 ‘Hoyas’ – Cool Grey/White/Midnight Navy ($160)

1996 marked the year the Nike More Uptempo released, and it was also a memorable year in Georgetown Hoyas basketball, as it marked the last year that Allen Iverson handled point guard duties, averaging 25 points per game. This Hoyas-themed colorway sports a cool gray leather upper with navy suede on the “AIR” letters and navy hits on the heel pull, tongue pull, and laces.

Available on August 30th at 12 Noon EST by email order at

Nike Air Max 180 “Night Ops” ($150)

1991 saw the release of Tinker Hatfield’s Air Max 180 with a larger Air bubble, and this “Night Ops” version blacks out the silhouette with volt hits. The upper is crafted from ripstop nylon with suede overlays and a stingray-patterned Swoosh. Subtle bursts of volt appear on the Air unit and heel logo, while a translucent outsole gives the model a clean finish.

Available for email order on August 23rd at: