Retro styling steps into the spotlight in a big way for the launch of the Nike x atmos collection highlighted through a set of exclusive images from size?.
Sneakerheads worldwide will be all too familiar with atmos, having lent their design principles to some of Nike's most iconic collaborations, most notably having given Elephant print new life on the Air Max 1. If there is one word that captures the high octane nature of Nike x atmos collabs, it would be daring.
Their latest collaboration stays true to this energy, this time around inspired by the bold colour and print options that dominated Nike's 90s apparel releases and advertisements. The collection puts the spotlight on the Air Max2 Light, delivered through an in-your-face multicolour collaged upper, making good use of twelve vintage patchwork from Nike's archive. While the shoes make the biggest statement, the apparel delivery is equally as impressive, with two tracksuit options releasing alongside an impressive range of retro t-shirts.
Ahead of the collection's release, size? caught up with atmos’ Creative Director, Hirofumi Kojima for an exclusive photo shoot and interview around Tokyo. Head over to size? for more information, and ready up for the Nike x atmos collections highly anticipated release on April 5th.