The Nike Air Max 1 “Chlorophyll” is a Monochromatic Masterpiece

Unless you’ve been living under a big rock over the past two decades or so, you’d know that the “Chlorophyll” colourway has been a sneaker game staple for quite some time.

While some trainers are totally dipped in the gorgeous green shade, others, like the upcoming Nike Air Max 1 “Chlorophyll,” keep it very subtle and very striking. If you want a pair in your rotation, keep on reading to find out what you should know.

Taking on the iconic Air Max 1 that was designed by the man, the myth, and the legend that is Tinker Hatfield, this pair works on top of a breathable mesh base and is overlaid by panels and panels of tumbled leather and hard-wearing canvas.

The mudguard that surrounds the shoe is decked out in black, and this stealthy scheme extends towards the Air midsole underfoot.

Of course, there’s no way you can talk about this Nike sneaker without mentioning the “Chlorophyll” details. Not only can you find them on the top eyelets, you’ll also spot some on the tongue tag and insole. All of this then comes packed in a complementary shoebox, that’s almost as collectible as the kicks themselves.

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that the Nike Air Max 1 “Chlorophyll” will be a future classic. Set to drop sometime in 2024, keep your eyes peel at Captain Creps for more updates as they come through.

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