Even though the Nike Air Max Plus was first released in 1998, it has fewer colorways than other sneaker silhouettes that came out around the same time.
This new colorway is definitely on-trend and draws attention
Sean McDowell’s design, which was once only available at Foot Locker, has been updated with bright gradients, tonal arrangements, and patterns and images from nature and Nike’s past. The Tuned Air-cushioned sneaker came out recently in a purple and pink color scheme that was called “Dusk.” Similar to the original “Sunrise” design, the latest version of the Air Max has a dark-to-light gradient on the mesh base, while the palm tree-shaped TPU overlays that run along the profiles are all black. A lot of what’s on the bottom of the shoe is the same as what’s on the top. For example, the Air units at the heel and forefoot are bright pink, like the sky at sunset.
It’s a nice change from how most modern sneakers are made, which have laces. In this way, it looks like the “Dusk” colorway of the Nike Air Max Plus was one of the company’s best ideas.