- Sneaker of the week: Nike Air Max BW Ultra Moire The Nike Air Max BW is often dubbed as the "Air Max Classic", a fitting name for one of the brands most iconic styles. Originally debuted in 1991, the shoe was characterized by it's uniquely large air unit, thus giving birth to the "Big Window" part of its name. The concept has been duplicated in countless models since, but the Air Max BW remains the originator, and a valued commodity for true sneaker heads everywhere. With the newly minted versions of the shoe, the materials are stripped down for a lighter, modernized feel. The shoe's elite performance is a much welcomed addition to a shoe that was already a fan favorite.Sneaker of the week: Air Max 95 Premium "Cobblestone" Decades into the game, the Air Max 95 continues to lengthen its range as its silhouette has a shoe for seemingly any situation. With the Premium Cobblestone version, the suede material and cool tones give off a very relaxed, casual appeal which hits the shelves just in time for the cooler weather. The look is ideal for those looking for a classic to compliment a fly outfit, as it blends flawlessly with jeans or joggers. This is a shoe that will turn heads this fall, a subtle addition to a line that continues to make all the right choices in footwear.Sneaker of the week: Nike Air Foamposite Pro 'Fleece' The Nike Air Foamposite pro has stood the test of time thanks to its signature style and uncanny ability to reinvent itself. In its newest take, the "Fleece" version of the shoe transforms the classic basketball look into a crisp, lifestyle piece that can compliment almost any outfit. Fans of the classic Foamposite will rejoice at the new look, and those in favor of more casual footwear will also have cause for excitement.