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Leaked product images of a brown leather Nike Air Max 1 have made their way online, suggesting that a release could be imminent. The classic silhouette is constructed primarily of leather, featuring a white base with grey and dark brown paneling.

An embroidered mini Swoosh at the toe adds an extra touch to what is otherwise a very simple and clean design. The dark brown leather gives the general release sneaker a luxurious feel.

While Nike SB’s Dunk Low has been dominating the release calendars, Nike has quietly dropped a handful of inspired general release Air Max 1s, the brown leather colorway being the latest. For those sick of the hype and lost SB Dunk raffles, the Air Max 1s offer a stylish escape.

No news yet on when the sneaker will be released, though stay tuned for any official announcements.

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