Size and fit
Nike released a women’s exclusive sneaker, the Air Max Verona. It features a mixed-material upper of smooth leather and textured canvas. The leather material helps to hold the foot better while providing support.
The shoe is also manufactured with the traditional lacing system, allowing the wearer of the Nike sneaker to adjust the fit according to their desired snugness. The low top design of the Nike Air Max Verona also allows its wearers to enjoy an unrestricted ankle movement.
Nike Air Max Verona Style
The Nike Air Max Verona is best worn with activewear like jogging pants or cycling shorts. However, it can still be worn with casual attire. It has a modern look and flashy bold color palette that allows its wearers to stand out while wearing any outfit. This elevated sneaker provides not only a modern aesthetic but also a comfortable stride, making it an on-the-go sneaker.
Nike paid homage to women’s running shoes by introducing the Air Max Verona. This Air Max silhouette has an elevated and exaggerated heel that gives the shoe a unique look. It also has the Air Max 200 unit displayed on the sole.
This Air unit is 200 percent larger than the traditional Air units, which makes it impossible to go unnoticed. A pull tab is found on the heel to help in taking the shoe on and off quickly. It also has a zigzag constructed Swoosh using a black thread on the side.
Nike Air Max Verona History
Nike released its first women’s exclusive Air Max sneakers in 1992, known as the Air Verona. Moving forward to almost three decades later, the silhouette lends its core design to the brand’s latest women’s running shoe, the Nike Air Max Verona.
The generational update of the Nike Air Verona was released globally on February 15, 2020, in pastel assortment of pink and light purple. Additional colors of this silhouette is going to be released on March 5, 2020
Nice to know
- The outsole is partially made of rubber for traction and durability.
- The shoe has a padded collar for comfort.
- The Nike Air Max Verona has perforations that allow enough ventilation.
- The first colorway is called the “Guava Ice”.