This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Air Max 98. And much like it did last year with the 97, Nike looks to revitalize the Air Max silhouette in a major way.

In addition to the classic "Gundam" iteration that is set to return January 18, the Swoosh will also be unleashing another favorite in the "Tour Yellow," as well as women's-exclusive "Fossil" delivery.

The "Tour Yellow" take is also slated to arrive on the 18th, as it finds touches of white, navy, and yellow coming together throughout. You can in turn look for availability through Nike accounts like Rock City Kicks.

The "Fossil" option, on the other hand, has been done up in white and beige, as it will be a women's-exclusive release. This particular colorway will launch January 18 as well.

For more, here's your best look yet at the COMME des GARÇONS x Nike Air Max 180 sneakers.

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