Official Photos: Nike Air Max 1 “Treeline” DR9773-300

Nike’s celebration of the Air Max 1’s (and Air Max technology itself) 35th anniversary extends to the legendary 4/20 day! While it’s usually a month dedicated to Nike SB Dunks donning 4/20-inspired themes; this Nike Air Max 1 “Treeline” shows the versatility of the first Air Max trainer when it comes to colourways.

With Air Max Day 2022 a few weeks away, other Air Max 1 renditions currently have the most attention. The likes of the trio Nike Air Max 1 x Concepts and regional-exclusive Air Max 1s bring a thriller to the annual Nike celebration.

With only the release date missing, let’s take a look at these official photos of the Nike Air Max 1 “Treeline”.

This recently surfaced Air Max 1 “Treeline” DR9773-300 gives hints of 4/20 vibes all over the Green and Purple suede. A lot of people are even saying that it highly resembles the Nike SB Dunk High “Skunk” from 2010; but the addition of other colours lets it have an identity of its own.

Those who are unaware of the traditional Nike 4/20 makeovers will say it’s more of a nature-inspired colourway; which is pretty believable since the colourway itself boasts “Treeline”.

Tan makes up the mesh base, while Green fuzzy suede covers the mudguard and the heel panel. Fuzzy suede also wraps the Swoosh in Purple.

Beige hues adorn the leather overlays on the midfoot area.

The Nike Air Max labels differ in colours; the one on the tongue incorporates Purple, while the label on the heel appears in Golden Brown.

The PU sole features a Sail White pigment for that vintage hue. Below, the Black rubber outsole finishes off the familiar yet different theme.

With no word on an official release date, keep an eye out for potential updates about the shoe. By the looks of it, it could probably arrive by April the 4th.

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