How to buy the Stüssy x Nike Air Max 2013, out this Friday

Just after the turn of the millennium, Michael Koppelman of Stüssy UK and Nike Fraser Cooke joined forces on the Swoosh’s first project with a clothing company. The result was the Stüssy x Nike Huarache LE – a much-desired tread credited as the crep that started the sneakerverse’s obsession with fashion collaborations. 22 years later, sneaker fanatics around the world are chomping at the bit to own the latest model born from the alliance: the Stüssy x Nike Air Max 2013.

By fusing elements from the Air Max 2013 and the little-known Air Max 2015, Stüssy and Nike have formed a fashion-forward sneaker complete with a sporty mesh upper, a toe-to-heel Air sole, a Swoosh at the Nike x Cactus Jack (it’s reversed) and double branded tongue. Along with the more conventional-looking pink and black iterations, there’s the “fossil” colorway that continues the collaboration’s recent tradition of releasing a hemp-inspired adaptation of each model (see, for reference, the Air Zoom Spiridon Cage 2 ‘Fossil’, Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Fossil’, Nike Air Force 1 Mid ‘Fossil’). This special edition version – the only colorway already available on StockX – stands out not only for its earthy texture, but also for its rope laces and encased Air midsole.

Nike Air Max 2013


The Stüssy x Nike Air Max 2013 is set to release with matching apparel on Friday, August 5 at 11 a.m. Stüssy official website. And while we haven’t yet received any news on how or when Nike will launch the collection on its own platforms, we expect the pieces to drop on the Nike SNKRS app within a week of being released on the Stüssy online store.

In the meantime, take the time to discover the latest Stüssy collection available on Hip, Cut and Selfridges. In case you’re wondering, it’s the new season pink jogger pants that caught our eye – pants that we plan to pair with the ‘Pink’ Stüssy x Nike Air Max 2013, if we can beat you.

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