One of the most coveted Nike Air Max styles of all time, the Air Max 1 "Lemonade," may be returning this summer according to leaker py_rates.

The sneaker originally released in 2006 in limited units as part of Nike's multi-sneaker Air Max "Powerwall" collection—a celebration of the history of the Air Max line leading up to the debut of the Air Max 360. The shoe has demanded high resell prices in the secondary market with a size 9 in deadstock condition selling for $3,000 on StockX.

An early look at the rumored pair has yet to surface—the shoe pictured above was the version that originally dropped—but it is expected to feature similar elements including the yellow-based color blocking and the all-over "Air" branding on the upper's panels.

Nike has not yet confirmed that the Air Max 1 "Lemonade" from the Powerwall collection is re-releasing.

UPDATE (11/13): Nike has confirmed that this year's "Lemonade" Air Max 1 is releasing on Nov. 25 via SNKRS and at select Nike Sportswear retailers for $140.

Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade' CJ0609-700 Lateral
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Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade' CJ0609-700 Medial
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Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade' CJ0609-700 Top
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Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade' CJ0609-700 Heel
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Nike Air Max 1 'Lemonade' CJ0609-700 Outsole
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