Nike is expanding Air VaporMax series with several new iterations of the laceless version of the silhouette.This Nike Air VaporMax Moc 2 comes dressed in a Sail and Anthracite color scheme. It features a full Flyknit upper highlighted with hits of Blue and Green stitching on its lacing area. A rubber heel clip and VaporMax sole unit completes the design.
If you missed out on ACRONYM’s VaporMax collaboration with the Swoosh, you are in luck as Nike is dropping the Moc silhouette in a clean new colorway dubbed Sail/Wheat.The Nike Air VaporMax MOC 2 Sail/Wheat features bold Air Max branding where the laces usually are located. The knitted upper sports a light beige hue and has vibrant blue and green stitching. Blue and brown colored heels along with a tinted transparent VaporMax sole completes the look.
Following our look at the ‘Neutral Olive’ edition, Nike is set to launch another pair on the same day.This Nike Air VaporMax Moc 2 comes dressed in a clean Sail and Anthracite color theme. Looking closer they feature Flyknit across the uppers while both Blue and Green are applied to the stitching. Other details includes 3M Reflective detailing and a full length visible VaporMax Air unit completes the look.On the heels of the recently released ACRONYM collaboration, Nike has two new colorways of the same Vapormax Moc silhouette for those that may have missed out. With a choice between Sail and Neutral Olive, fans of these two new looks will certainly have a tough choice to make. Air Max branding comes printed on the top of both sneakers in place of where a lace unit would normally sit. Newly added rubber tread segments provide extra durability to these sneakers, making them an option for wear each and every day.
Nike Sportswear is adding to their Air VaporMax lineup with another new colorway of the second generation of the silhouette.Dressed in a Gunsmoke, Blue Orbit, Pink Blast, Blue Fury, and Glacier Blue color scheme. This women’s exclusive Nike Air VaporMax is highlighted with a Pink heel clip atop a Blue VaporMax clear outsole.
The Nike WMNS Air VaporMax 2 Gunsmoke is a new colorway of the second generation silhouette, and it’s set to drop at retailers in the next few days. Featuring a grey hue mixed with blue orbit across its Flyknit upper, the model is also contrasted with black Swooshes, and pops of pink for the heel tabs, updated heel area and portion of the medial section. Finally, a translucent blue orbit VaporMax sole completes the design altogether.The extensive rollout of new colorways for the women’s Vapormax 2.0 continues, as a colorful “Air Metropolis” pair is set to arrive just in time for spring. The shoe features a dark grey Flyknit upper with a black swoosh and black tongue detailing offset by a hot pink heel cage and tab. Cushioning is provided by a bright aqua blue Vapormax unit, and small flecks of the same blue appear in the shoe’s Flyknit upper as well. The shoe’s partially dark and partially bright look is inspired by the transition from the track to the streets of a big city, and the need for a shoe that can handle the unique hustle and bustle of both.
Nike is releasing another colorway of the expanding Nike Air VaporMax 2 lineup. The modern Nike runner will feature Pink Blast heels in this Spring ready color theme.The Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 will return in full Grey Flyknit uppers. This color scheme will be highlighted with Glacier Blue accents throughout the upper and the unique VaporMax Air unit as well as Pink Blast heel clips to wrap up this design.
Following the release of first Acronym x Nike Air VaporMax Moc 2 in its “Light Bone” colorway on Air Max Day, next up is the “Black/Volt” iteration.Dressed in a Black and Volt color scheme. This Nike Air VaporMax features a Black Flyknit upper highlighted with Volt throughout the entire shoe. Acronym branding and a speckled VaporMax sole completes the design.Errolson Hugh’s unmistakable Vapormax Moc 2 collaboration is back in the news with updated release information. Dressed in Black/Volt, the second rendition of this tech-focused collaboration was originally scheduled to drop on May 15th, but has since been moved up. Hugh’s trademark industrial aesthetic is masterfully addressed on this project with a modified heel clip and bold texture treatments. Customary ACRONYM camouflage prints dress up this upper that comes equipped with six total forms of branding including the aforementioned pattern.
Although the talk is hardly widespread and it’s far too soon to make such a proclamation, many have already awarded the ACRONYM x Nike Air VaporMax Moc 2 the year’s best collaboration. However, the fundamental issue with that statement is that the full collaboration hasn’t even released yet.There are two more pairs to follow the adoring debut in Light Bone/Black-Volt. Seen here today is the second iteration dressed in a sleek Black/Volt palette. The contrasting Volt shade smartly underplays the noir base by presenting a slew of Chevron patterns that double as the letter “A” in representation of Nike’s favored collaborative partner.
More images and additional release info for the upcoming ACRONYM x Nike VaporMax Moc 2 was announced today. Following up their Preso collab, ACRONYM and Nike link up once more to release a special version of the Nike VaporMax Moc 2.
The ACRONYM x Nike VaporMax Moc 2 comes dressed in a Light Bone and Black color scheme. The Flyknit upper comes with a two-toned pattern contrasted by the Volt accents noted on the mid-foot overlay. Below you will find a matte-to-clear VaporMax sole unit to complete the look of the laceless silhouette. Although there’s no official release date, we can expect the ACRONYM x Nike VaporMax Moc 2 to drop later on this month.
For the month of April, Nike Sportswear will be adding to their Air VaporMax Plus lineup with a brand new Rainbow-themed colorway.Dressed in a White, Neptune Green, Dynamic Yellow, Blue Nebula and Habanero Red color scheme. This Nike VaporMax Plus is highlighted with its back-to-front faded upper that spans hues from Blue Nebula to Habanero Red.
Releasing alongside the Nike Air VaporMax Plus Hyper Blue, here is an official look at the Nike Air VaporMax Plus Rainbow. Dressed for the season, this vibrant version of the Nike Air VaporMax Plus comes in an upper utilizing a Rainbow-themed finish. Rocking an official colorway listed as White, Neptune Green, Dynamic Yellow, Blue Nebula and Habanero Red color scheme, the shoe dons a colorful back-to-front faded upper that starts off as Blue Nebula and eventually transitions to Habanero Red. Hits of White can be found on the laces, Swoosh and lining, while the bottom portion of the shoe consists of a translucent VaporMax sole.
Nike’s hybrid Air VaporMax Plus silhouette is back next week in three new colorways—including one that should be familiar to long-time fans of Tuned Air.Among the collection are two new colorways including rainbow-like “Blue Nebula/Habanero Red” edition and a more subdued “Black/White” look. Most notably though is the “Black/Hyper Blue” version that bears resemblance to the OG “Hyper Blue” Air Max Plus from 1998. While a similar version of the Air VaporMax Plus dropped earlier this year, this upcoming model replicates the details much closer to the original. Nike’s Vapormax Plus silhouette has enjoyed a run of bright, whimsical gradient colors as part of their spring line, and yet another multi-colored gradient, this time boasting a full-on rainbow has been unveiled. The shoe morphs from blue and teal on the heel and tongue to yellow on the midfoot before finally transitioning into a bright habanero red color on the forefoot and toebox. A translucent midfoot cage allows the rainbow gradient to fully shine through on the whole foot, and the upper also features white detailing on the laces, collar, toe cap and heel tab. The shoe’s summer-ready aesthetic is rounded off with a white midsole complete with a small touch of bright yellow detailing and a crystal-clear Vapormax cushioning unit.
Adding to Nike’s latest Air VaporMax Plus lineup with gradient uppers, the Swoosh is now set to release a brand new “Wolf Grey” colorway.This Nike VaporMax Plus is highlighted with a back-to-front fade that flows from Wolf Grey to Black atop a White midsole. Black Nike Swoosh logos, 3M detailing and a full-lenght VaporMax sole unit completes the design.
The Nike Air VaporMax Plus has been an instant hit since it debuted earlier this year and Nike will continue to give us new colorways as we dive deeper into the Spring season.This latest iteration of the hybrid Nike model that combines the upper of the Nike Air Max Plus with the sole unit of the Nike Air VaporMax has the upper done in the usual gradient pattern as the front of the shoe is done in a dark grey/black which then shifts to Wolf Grey towards the back of the shoe. Wolf Grey is also seen on the laces, side panel overlays, inner liner, and heel. A white midsole and translucent VaporMax sole unit complete the look.Nike’s first group of Vapormax Plus models have primarily been dressed in loud gradient colorways reminiscent of tropical sunsets or delicious frozen treats. This time around, the Swoosh keeps the gradient aesthetic in tact but calls upon a slightly more subdued coloway. Multiple silver hues can be found on this upper, with a nearly black pigment at the top and Wolf Grey at the bottom toward its icy midsole
Are you a fan of the newly released Nike Air VaporMax Plus? The hybrid style that joins an enhanced Air Max Plus upper with cushy VaporMax tooling is one of the many styles released ahead of Air Max Day later this month. And like many Air Max Plus and VaporMax styles its senior, a Wolf Grey iteration has emerged.This one doesn’t differ much from its predecessors. Tonal vibes float throughout the upper while matching midsole tooling ensures the model’s striking aesthetic. To finish, gleaming Metallic Silver hits the shank plate just above the VaporMax tooling for added vibrance.