The Best Pairs of Floral Air Max
Tinker Hatfield’s first Air Max released in 1987. The Air Max was initiated to relieve pain produced at pressure bearing areas of the foot during walking or long standing. In the hands of Hatfield however, this didn’t mean sacrificing style and the Air Max have produced some of the best sneakers around. With all the hype about sneakers for men, a lot of women’s releases don’t get their dues. Here are some of the best pairs of floral Air Max that you can pick up right now.
Flower Air Max 1 Ultra ‘Paris’
The ice blue or blue apex with white space and pink cubes shoes is air max at its highest quality casualwear. The Ultra Moire is one of the best casual pairs around and has spawned a lot of equally stylish imitators.
Floral print makes the Ultra Moire trivial & trouble-free while retaining the durability of IU foam midsole. The forefoot is cut out to lessen the volume of the pair giving it a slightly lighter look to match the print.
Nike WMNS Air Max Ultra Shanghai
The Ultra Shanghai manages to blend a toned down floral print with a much more visible sneaker. The red pops out with a print that looks more like the cover of a 21 Savage album than basic floral. It’s a colorful pair of kicks, suited to nights out as much as casual wear.
Air Max 90 Rose
The black and pink of these floral Air Max 90s makes them an immediately captivating pair. Rarely do you get sneakers willing to go as graphically crisp as there ones. The dark color base makes it a versatile choice. The pressure points at the forefoot mean it can be used as sportswear as well as casually. They are unfortunately still hard to get in the States but if you can find a pair, they’re worth copping.
Nike Air Max Ultra ‘Milan’
The ‘Milan’ release of Nike’s range of floral print Ultras became a refined release among refined releases. They captured the spirit of the city it was inspired by with gold and white detailing that made it an eye catching release. It’s not as versatile as some other pieces but more than makes up for it in how stylish it is in the right fits.
Air Max 90 ‘Liberty’
Leave it to Nike to take what looks like Oscar Wilde’s wallpaper and make it into a sneaker. Somehow it all balances out and looks good together. The tones mean it’s something you can wear in summer or winter when other floral prints are out of season. The Liberty release also shows that floral print Air Max don’t have to stick to set styles, they’re as versatile as anything else. This pair are also some of the most unisex of the already pretty unisex Air Max 90s range.