Nike will soon be releasing perhaps the loudest Air Max 270 yet, dressed up with neon soles. A screaming yellow hue adorns the lifestyle engineered heel bubble that matches the Air270 logo on its tongue, while pink makes up for the rest of the midsole, paired together with the small midfoot Swoosh. Finally, a vibrant orange sockliner finishes off the look that would be perfect for a 1990’s blacklight party.
Nike is continuing to maximize its Air Max technology and we’ve got a look at the latest: the Nike Air 270.From the classic Air Max 1 to the futuristic Air VaporMax, the signature air units have delivered bouncy cushion with eye-catching style. Now, the units are doing even more.What could be the Air Max 270, or Air 270, features a massive U-shaped Air Max unit that is seamlessly integrated with the transparent plastic heel counter — this should offer stability from outsole to heel. The open cell mesh upper is strategically ventilated with fuse overlays for durability. Combining the one-piece tongue design with the slightly asymmetrical lacing system, stability may not be an issue.