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Wellgosh | Trainer of the Week | Nike Air Max Terra 180

We’ve teamed up with online store Wellgosh to provide you with their current favourite “Trainer Of The Week” to feature on our blog and in our weekly newsletter.  There are no other rules other than we have to feature a new style each week and give a description of why it’s their “Trainer Of The Week”. To find out more about Wellgosh click HERE. This weeks ‘Trainer of the Week’ is the Nike Air Max Terra 180 Parachute Gold/Volt/Newsprint, the latest Air Max silhouette that fuses Winter design and classic Nike styling.

Bruce Kilgore and Tinker Hatfield team up to update one of Nike’s most recognised Air Max silhouettes.  The Nike Air Max 180 was a groundbreaking design upon it’s initial release in 1991; the air cushion was twice the size of any previous Air Max silhouette, and visible from 180 degrees.  The third and final Nike Air Max Terra 180 colour-up to drop this year has been given a winterized updated, featuring a Hyperfuse construction twinned with a ACG inspired aesthetic. The  Air Max Terra 180 is constructed from synthetic and mesh uppers sitting on a updated version of the classically constructed Max 180 sole unit; featuring lunarlon on the forefoot of the midsole with a newspaper print running across the entirety of the midsole sitting above a dark grey outer sole.
The ‘Parachute Gold’ colourway was recently applied to a Lebron 11 before being expertly applied to this classic running silhouette.  Dark grey Hyperfuse panelling is laid against deep gold mesh panels, with a tonal volt swoosh and branding on the tongue, heel and forefront of the midsole, finished off with contrasting blue accents on the heel and laces.
The Nike Air Max Terra 180 Parachute Gold/Volt/Newsprint is now available online and in-store in limited quantities at wellgosh.com.

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WORDS BY: Tom Basi