Despite the Nike Air Max 1 being around for quite a few years now - 36 to be precise - the Tinker Hatfield designed model will forever have a hold on us and we await each and every coveted colourway and release with anticipation, especially this one. Enter the ‘Escape’ rendition, its name derived from the trailblazing, adventure-enabling runner from 1984 with the same moniker.
Set with a crisp white box fresh mesh base, this classic runner references the backyard of Nike's hub in Beaverton, Oregon, where the magic happens, and it heads out the office and straight for the hills.
Pacific Northwest-inspired details, from the full length rugged suede mudguards to the pine green boot-style laces, adopt tones from the iconic Nike running advertisement, where Mount St. Helens towered in the backdrop in front of dense forest. Completing this nature-ready sneaker is striking woodland silhouettes, embroidered at the heel.