Tinker Hatfield’s iconic design has emerged in handfuls of new styles, while also returning in true-to-original form via the ‘86 version (which features a big bubble). Recently, the Air Max pioneer surfaced in an eye-catching “Volt” makeup. The neon green color isn’t new to Hatfield’s creation, but its application on the new pair is. Panels around the forefoot, along the mid-foot, and across the heel indulge in a “Volt”-colored leather, while the gaps in between opt for a fabric done in a lighter shade of green. Furthermore, the underlays indulge in a topographic pattern that injects further personality into the shoe. Given how other Nike Air Max sneakers have appeared with similar design cues, it’s possible the pair is part of a larger Nike Sportswear collection inspired by the great outdoors. Lastly, the sole units underfoot keep things straightforward with a “White” midsole and “Volt” waffle-patterned outsole.