Inspired by the creative communities and club scenes that flourished in the city after the fall of the Berlin Wall in the early ’90s, Nike Air Max 180 Men's/Women's “Berlin” is a loving homage to a historic cultural moment in Germany’s capital. The Air Max 180 first released in 1991, and quickly became the shoe of choice among the German nightlife community, so Nike is bringing this special edition to market on Air Max Day to celebrate the compelling relationship between metropolis and sneaker.
Combining simple overlays inspired by the brutalist architecture that’s prevalent in Berlin along with hot neon elements that provide a bright homage to club life, the shoes are at once serious and playful. Nike Air Max 180 Shoes They also feature “UNITY” and “FREEDOM” printed in bold block letters under the translucent outsole — a nod to the unifying power of music.
Having a similar color blocking as CDG’s Nike Air Max 180 Outlet from 2017 is this upcoming Nike Air Ghost Racer that will be arriving this month. Dressed in a Black, Pink Blast, and Platinum Tint color scheme. The shoe features a Pink mesh upper with Black nubuck overlays along with a Pink leather Swoosh on the sides. Pink continues on the midsole atop a Black rubber outsole.
Ambush co-founder Yoon is getting ready to release the brand’s upcoming Nike collaboration, which will include a co-branded Nike Air Max 180 on Sale silhouette. The South Korean designer has just given us a teaser look at the upcoming Ambush x Nike Air Max 180. An Orange insole with Black Nike and Ambush co-branding, while its upper comes in White with a zip shroud and a large Black heel tab.
At the end of the 1980s, the fall of the Berlin Wall unified Germany. Buy Nike Air Max 180 A year later, the city regained status as the nation’s political capital. Simultaneously, its status as a cultural center was blossoming. Artists, designers and more flocked to Berlin, and with them, one of the world’s leading electronic music and club scenes thrived. The hard-hitting 12” records of the ’90s remain in faithful rotation by the city’s DJs today, as do elements of the unique aesthetic that developed alongside the sounds.