White on white trainer, thick transparent sole, this is my dream shoe.
Though I love referencing back to the 90s with my air max 1 and cortez trainers, now is a pretty fantastic time to live in as well. I’ve been drooling over a pair of Air Max 2003 in all black in my boyfriend’s closet which are very similar to these and absolutely love the 2014’s with their chunky sole, but which I’ve only seen in clashing neon color combo’s. It looked like a shoe that wasn’t going to be for me. Until I found that they’re ID-able. A bit more expensive, but if there would be a Love Aesthetics-air max, this would be it!
Though I absolutely love my new shoes. I must mention one negative point about Nike-ID. The quality of the sneaker isn’t as great as the same shoe in a standard color way that you can buy in stores. The mesh of the ID shoe is of a poorer, cheaper quality. It’s very thin and doesn’t stay in shape very well, which is a shame because you do pay a bit more for it.