Nike Air Max Thea
Nike continued its Air Max heritage in 2013 with a women's model that took some DNA from the Air Max 1 that started the trend, and from the Air Max 90, which carried it on Since then, the Air Max Thea, named from Greek mythology for Theia (""goddess"" or ""divine""), has featured an unmistakable running-inspired silhouette. But it's tooled as much for style as for comfort A wide panel of mesh on the toe box matches the mesh around the ankle. Those mesh areas not only add texture to the upper but also carry print designs on certain colorways. Other colorways show print styling on the midfoot overlay that offers plenty of space for the familiar Swoosh logo Many of the Thea's colorways are a monochrome, broken up by a bright, noticeable Swoosh. Between these styles and Nike's print options, the Air Max Thea is a shoe for all occasions, and any outfit.