80
Good!
10 users: 4.7 / 5
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collaboration: Independent
Collection: Nike Air VaporMax

Verdict from 9.2 hours of research from the internet

6 reasons to buy

  • A fair amount of commenters express that the “Multicolor” colorway of the Nike Air Vapormax Inneva looks attractive.
  • The sneaker provides breathability for the foot with its handwoven Inneva upper as pointed out by one reviewer.
  • Some testers agree that the air bubbles deliver a comfortable and bouncy feeling on feet, just like the other Nike Vapormax sneakers.
  • A few users say that the Vapormax Inneva by Nike feels lightweight.
  • The Inneva upper of the sneaker is flexible and lays on the foot pretty well, according to a critic who shared his review on the shoe.
  • It is quite flexible and versatile when it comes to style, based on the comments of some buyers.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Most of the critics of the Nike Air Vapormax Inneva aren’t really appreciative of the combination of the Inneva upper and the Vapormax sole.
  • Some of the reviewers don’t really like the whole design of this hybrid sneaker.
  • The sneaker is not just worth its high price as what multiple commenters say.

Bottom line

A new addition to the Nike Vapormax collection, the brand comes in a hybrid sneaker, the Nike Air Vapormax Inneva. Featuring the basketweave-like pattern on its Inneva upper, sitting on top of the brand’s Nike Vapormax sole, the sneaker offers comfort and breathability without turning away from being stylish.

Breathability and flexibility come with the woven Inneva technology that builds up the upper of the Nike Air Vaoprmax Inneva. It gives the wearer good ventilation for the foot as well as the upper’s ability to adapt to the shape of the foot.

Unique in the nature of its design, the Nike Air Vapormax Inneva comes in a street-style ready allure with its notable woven Inneva upper and Nike’s very own Vapormax sole. Its remarkably distinctive design adds more to its modern-sneaker appeal and keeps it versatile enough to match with numerous outfits. Express your fashion-creative side and stay stylish.

The Nike Air Vapormax Inneva features the quite distinctive hand-woven Inneva upper sitting atop the brand’s very own Vapormax unit. The upper, which is composed of nylon material, displays a weave pattern that is similar to a basket and it comes in different attractive colorways.

Despite just first seeing the light of day in 2017, the Nike Air Vapormax’s history goes way back in 1978 when the Nike Tailwind was introduced. The Tailwind was the first Nike shoe to give people the experience of “literally” walking on air. With the cushioning system from Fred Rudy and the design of the Tailwind silhouette, the Nike Air Technology fundamentals were set into motion. 

In 1987, the Nike Air Max 1 was launched and was designed by the legend himself, Tinker Hatfield. The distinctive silhouette features the brand’s innovative Air Technology that shows a transparent heel side air pocket. Seeing the success of the Air Max 1, Nike continues its journey of innovation for this technology.

                 Vapormax Technology

In 2017, Nike introduced the Vapormax technology, 30 years after the birth of the Nike Air Max 1. It was then labeled as the peak of the Air Technology of the brand and it features the transparent, heel-to-toe, air-filled sole where the upper of the shoe directly sits atop. Since 2017, the multiple new Nike silhouettes feature the Vapormax sole. The Nike Air Vapormax Plus, Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 3, and Nike Air Vapormax 360 to name a few. 

In 2018, the Nike Air Vapormax Inneva was released. The silhouette was a combination of two technologies together: the handwoven Inneva upper and the Vapormax sole. The sneaker was first released in “Summit White” and “Midnight Navy” colorways and the “Multicolor” colorway followed.

  • The Nike Air Vapormax Inneva subtly displays its Nike branding on the tongue with the traditional Nike Air logo.
  • The signature Swoosh logo of the brand is presented subtly on its heel.

Size and fit

True to size based on 6 user votes
Small (0%)
True to size (100%)
Large (0%)
Add rating

Calculate size

Fit
Tight Loose
Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

daniel@runrepeat.com