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UPDATE | Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade'

13. April 2020 09:06
UPDATE | Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade'

[Update: 13.April 2020]

Wir dürfen uns auf einen alten Bekannten freuen, der höchstwahrscheinlich 2020 ein Re-release kriegt! Denn dieser Schuh war erstmals Teil der großen Powerwall Kampagne, die Nike im Jahre 2006 released hatte. 56 Schuhe und 32 grafische Applikationen waren in diesem Pack mit involviert. Mitunter einer dieser Sneaker, war der Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade'. Genau diese Variante wird dieses Jahr mit hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit sein Comeback feiern.

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Facts (unofficial)

  • Release date: Sommer 2020
  • Price tag: 140€

Air Max 1 'Lemonade' 2006

Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade' 2020

Powerwall Kollektion

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Part 1 - The history of the Powerwall series is one that has never been clear. It’s one of Nike’s biggest series ever to release, featuring 56 shoes and 32 graphic applications, and finding information or history on them is not easy at all. Other than the article written by Mr. Powerwall himself (shout out to my friend @demolitiondoel) you won’t find much else about the inspiration for the colours, patterns, and release year. I mention this a lot on many posts that I am a huge fan of Powerwalls and think that it is the best collection of Nike Airmax ever to have released. I have spent a lot of time trying to find, collect and learn more about this pack to one day hope to build the most in depth breakdown on this pack. Instagram is not the best platform for sharing these long posts but as I do not have a blog (and honestly cannot be bothered to start one either) this may be a 2-post job. - Releasing in 2006 and only given to Tier-0 retailers, the Powerwall series is a celebration of 3 Decades of Cushioning and the launch of the Nike Airmax 360. The 360 features a full-length Air unit with no foam midsole being the first of its kind and what a better way to launch this product than with an overload of insane colours and designs showing the evolution of the most significant developments of Air technology selected by Mark Parker himself. The aim was to create a project that surrounded itself with the design concept of Art & Science. The project was later lead by Jesse Leyva, Richard Clark, Antony Hope, Dave Schenone and Tracie West where this project become what it is now. -Part 2 to Follow...

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