SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers

It has been a long hunt for these SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' blue sneakers.  One of my go to pairs ...

Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham
Photography of the SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' Blue Sneakers by Tom Cunningham


It has been a long hunt for these SIZE? X Nike Air Max Light 'Easter' blue sneakers.  One of my go to pairs is the purple pair from this pack.  I missed out on the blue version and after it must be 2-3 years of searching and waiting I finally landed them.  I think you will agree they were worth the wait.

Shape on these is so good.  The quality of materials and craftmanship is really on point as well.  It does unfortunately make me a little sad every time I pick up a piece of Nike sneaker history from back in the day.  Some of these classic silhouettes have changed so much over the years, and even at times the quality seems to be slipping.

I guess I am a bit of a sneaker snob.  I love sneakers of course, but for me it is not just one facet that has to be right.  They need to hit a number of quality points for me, including but not limited to shape, style, function, colourway, materials and craftsmanship.  I have clearly been spoilt from buying sneakers in the late 90s early 2000s.  They really were the golden years to date.

I only hope that all sneaker companies listen to the constant feedback from sneaker collectors and forums on the direction they take with future releases. The shape and manufacturing quality of their sneakers is just as important as the visual aesthetic.  In some cases the old adage sums it up perfectly. 'If it ain't broke don't try to fix it'.



Photo Credit:  Tom Cunningham


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