Nike is giving us a 2006 throwback this summer with the re-release of the Nike Air Max 1 “Lemonade.” This colorway was part of the Powerwall Air Max Collection, released in the mid 00’s as a celebration of 30 years of Air Max technology. This extremely-limited selection of Air Maxes released only at select NikeTown locations and showcased the entire legacy of Air Max in different color schemes leading up to the Air Max 360. All previous Nike Powerwall releases are extremely rare, with some fetching thousands of dollar in resale value.

Nike Air Max Powerwall (2005)

This Air Max 1 is covered in a lemon frost hue, with an all over “Air” pop art-style graphic covering the quarter panel. Pine green accents appear on the tongue branding, eyelets, laces, and heel.

Expect the Nike Air Max 1 PRM “Lemonade” to release sometime this summer via select retailers and Nike.com. Stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for more info and check out photos of the 2006 release below.

Nike Air Max 1 PRM “Lemonade”
Color: Lemonade/Lemonade-Pine Green-True White
Release Date: Summer 2020

Update (07/30/20): Here’s a first look at the 2020 Nike Air Max 1 PRM “Lemonade,” courtesy of solebyjc. The new version features reflective panels, custom lemon branding on the tongue tag, and lemon-covered insoles. Stay tuned for release info.

OG story images of 2006 release:

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