Nike Air Max 1 CLOT Kiss Of Death

15 years after the first release, the Nike Air Max 1 CLOT Kiss Of Death, one of the most famous Air Max models, returns to the scene!

After the sneaker was officially confirmed by DJ Khaled, we finally have official pictures of the Nike Air Max 1 CLOT Kiss Of Death ready for you on the blog.

The AM1 Clot Kiss Of Death was originally released in 2006 to celebrate the opening of China's first sneaker boutique, ACU. The shoe was the starting signal for the mission of CLOT founders Edison Chen and Kevin Poon, who wanted to build a bridge between East and West and created this extraordinary model with the ancient concept of “Qi”.


After 15 years, the CLOT x Nike Air Max 1 Kiss of Death returns and makes collectors' hearts beat faster again. Not much has changed with the remake of the AM1 Clot, because the shoe is now adorned with different materials such as imitation snakes and great ostrich details.

Of course, the shoe also features the elaborate decorations and embroidery that we already know from the 2006 release.

Completing the pair are bright orange midsoles, which in turn sit on translucent rubber soles that map the various pressure points of the foot. The corresponding organs and body parts that are connected to these points are also noted on the special box.

The release is rumored to take place on March 6th. However, due to the current pandemic, it remains to be seen whether the date will be set.

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Here you can find more pictures of the collaboration between CLOT and Nike:

Nike Air Max 1 CLOT
Nike Air Max 1 CLOT
Nike Air Max 1 CLOT
Nike Air Max 1 CLOT

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