Nike Air Max Plus First Use Brown DB0681-200

Release Date:  Sat 24 Jul 2021   8:00 AM GMT

£ 165

Style Code: DB0681-200


Any streak started by the Swoosh team keeps on going! Nike Air Max Plus First Use Brown is here with...Read More

Any streak started by the Swoosh team keeps on going! Nike Air Max Plus First Use Brown is here with the ongoing trend of paying homage to the original Nike Swoosh logo designed by Carolyn Davidson. So far, we have seen multiple trainers for running with this classic OG Swoosh logo on the sidewall. Apart from the other ranges flaunting it, the Tuned Air series looks bolder. However, you might have a different opinion. We suggest you take your time to check each one of these “First Use” kicks out.

It’s always upto you which silo you find perfect for showing off. But once you step outside with an Air Max Plus on your feet, it’s hard to go back to any other series! We already have our eyes on First Use University Blue. And now another pair is joining the massive parade of paying a nod to the OG logo. You might be wondering why is it such a big deal. For your information, the Swoosh logo that was used back in 1971 for the first time has made the base of the modern Nike trainers. So, it’s sort of given that we are going to look back with adoration. Follow us on @FastSoleUK and check out the other themes.

Even if you are not an Air Max Plus fan, you must admit that the AM Plus 3 releases from the recent schedules look outstanding. But now, we are only focusing on this First Use Brown. It wears crisp white as a base and lets the brown accents pop up. But if you take another look, it’s not all about white or brown. There’s more!

First of all, the neoprene upper body shows off a dusty shade of white all over, including the inner lining and the AIR midsole. As a result, the brown accents pop up from the lace loops, Nike Swoosh outline, Air Max units underfoot, and the white-brown transition on the inner midsole.  The theme seems minimal because it’s all about a throwback! On top of everything, this colourway also harkens you back to the shoebox design from the initial days of Nike. So, it’s not just about the OG Swoosh, after all!

Suede overlays and the TPU cage flaunt a mystique grey shade to bring out the shoebox vibes with rusty orange hues. Finally, the “First Use July 18, 1971” writing and a metallic gold deubre finish it off.

Nike Air Max Plus First Use Brown will release on 24th July via listed UK and European retailers.

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