Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green
Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green
Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green
Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green
Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green
Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green
Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green

Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano Shoe - Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green

  • Model: 2BBR8K0R
  • 252 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Nike
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    ICONIC AIR MAX STYLE.


    The Nike Air Max 98 On Air Gabrielle Serrano brings back retro Air Max style with contemporary comfort innovations and a fresh, new design inspired by the community and landmarks of New York City. The durable upper blends textile with leather overlays, while a full-length Max Air unit gives total cushioning in every step.


    Benefits

    • A full-length Max Air unit offers cushioning.
    • A leather and textile upper provides durability and layers of style.
    • A foam midsole gives you stability and comfort.
    • A rubber outsole provides excellent traction.
    • The design was inspired by the diversity of the New York City community, as well as the Statue of Liberty and the concrete jungle surrounded by water.

    Product Details

    • Leather and textile upper
    • Shown: Vast Grey/Blue Hero/White/Electro Green
    • Style: CI1502-001

    About the On Air Collection

    Last year, Nike invited locals in New York City, London, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo to design their own Nike Air Max inspired by the uniqueness of their communities. From these “On Air” workshops, 18 finalists were chosen based on the creative executions of their designs. The public then voted on 6 winners, 1 per city, which included Gabrielle Serrano from New York City.