Size and fit

The low-top construction of the Nike Air Max Plus Premium allows flexible ankle mobility while keeping the foot comfortable and supported. Another Swoosh Air Max model, it features an upper that conforms to the foot with sufficient reinforcements to give additional support and stability. The lace-up closure system permits a lockdown yet customizable fit.

Also called the Nike Tn Air Max Plus PRM, the shoe is offered in men's and women's sizing. Men's sizes range from US 3.5 to 15, half sizes included, in D Standard width while women's sizes are from US 5 to 12, half sizes included as well, in B Standard width.

Nike Air Max Plus Premium Style

Adding to the long list of fashion-forward low-top sneakers from the Swoosh brand is the Nike Air Max Plus Premium. Like most Nike kicks, this one is a versatile pair to strut as both men and women have a wide range of colorway options to choose from – from subdued and monochromatic ones to attention-grabbing bold colors like the “Volt” colorway.

The Nike Air Max Plus Premium, or sometimes referred to as the AM Plus PRM, sports a bold and retro look mixed with premium aesthetics from its top-notch and no-fail materials all throughout.

Notable Features

Like its predecessor, the Nike AM Plus PRM flaunts the legendary Tuned Air cushioning in the foam sole that absorbs impact. The shoe’s lightweight ride is achievable, thanks to its upper constructed with a mix of textile and synthetic materials for optimum comfort.

Nike Air Max Plus Premium History

Truly an established giant footwear brand, Nike has always been a popular choice of many when it comes to sneakers that fuse comfort, style, and footwear innovations altogether. In 1998, just a year after it introduced the Nike Air Max 97 runner to the market, it released another hit Swoosh model called the Nike Air Max Plus.

Also known popularly back then as the Nike Tn or Tuned 1, it caught the market’s attention with its distinctive façade and the Tuned Air tech it debuted. Renowned designer Sean McDowell made sure that this unrivaled addition to the iconic Air Max line would be another legendary AM silhouette.

Like any other well-loved shoe from the Air Max cluster, the Nike Air Max Plus has been consistently in the market for more or less two decades and released in a myriad of colorways and material and construction variations.

Aside from receiving leather editions, Ultra variations, and slip-on reconstructions, the AM Plus also got a Premium rendition called officially as the Nike Air Max Plus Premium while other retailers also refer to it as the Nike Tn Air Max Plus Premium, or simply as the Nike Air Max Plus PRM. Like its core model, the Premium Air Max Plus also released in countless colorways for both men and women.

The monochromatic-themed upper “Moon Particle” colorway, in particular, was one of the notable ones that released on February 10, 2018. On October 5th of the same year, Nike released the “Silver Volt” colorway of the AM Plus PRM. The low-top shoe flaunts a black leather upper and a speckled midsole with hints of Volt (yellow) Air pockets. Other popular colorways of the Nike AM Plus Premium includes “Full Volt,” “Photo Blue,” and “Black White.”

Additional Info

  • The Nike Air Max Plus Premium also features a rubber outsole for durable traction.
  • Among the popular colorways of this shoe are the “Black/Volt/Wolf Grey/Matte Silver,” “Photo Blue/Orange Peel/Black/Wolf Grey,” and "Volt/Wolf Grey/Black/Matte Silver."

Facts / Specs

Base model: Nike Air Max Plus
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Nike Air Max, Nike Air, Nike Air Max Plus, Nike Tuned Air
Colorways: Blue / Black / Yellow / Green
Special editions: 3 special editions
SKUs: 815994003 / 815994300 / 815994400 / 815994700 / 848891100 / 848891400 / 899595300 / BV6116001

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.