Following the 2003 Nike Air Max 1 “USA,” the Swoosh now unveils the Air Max 1 “Fourth of July.” This version of the classic runner flaunts an inverted color blocking theme compared to the original but sports a patriotic-inspired finish to perfectly celebrate America’s Independence Day.
Details include the woven tongue featuring a patch with 13 stars around the “Nike Air” logo, while an American flag is prominent on the heel. In case you were wondering, it pays specific homage to Betsy Ross, who is credited for the original American flag design that featured 13 stars in a circle to reflect the original 13 states during the 1700s. Finally, a white midsole, navy outsole and three different sets of laces top it all off.
Retailing for $110, look for the Nike Air Max 1 “4th of July” at select Nike stores and online on July 1. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.