by Brendan Dunne
The shoe shown here, which will release on Feb. 9, not only uses the immortal black and red colorblocking, but it also has the all-over leather look like the Jordan 1. Even the typical "Nike Air" branding is rearranged, and that mark is found on the side of the shoe to stand in for the wings logo normally found on the Jordan 1. The recent run of leather Air Max 1s hasn't garnered too much attention, but there's no doubt that the "Bred" Air Max 1 will bring people out of the woodwork. The good news is this should be a widespread release, with Finishline, Footlocker, and the rest stocking them.
Nike Air Max 1 Premium 'Bred'
Release Date: 02/09/15
Color: Black/Varsity Red-White
UPDATE 2/3: New Images via Footpatrol