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Nike Air Max 1 - Mockup

Nike Air Max 1 - Mock-up


Designed by Tinker Hatfield in 1987, the Air Max 1 is undoubtedly one of the most influential and iconic footwear out there, produced in many different colorways.

This mock-up is a tribute for it's 30th anniversary and a chance for you to create your own custom designs. They may even become a reality!


  • 22 parts to change color - 13 parts to add personal designs
  • 5 PSD files - 5 views
  • 5000 x 3336 px resolution - very detailed textures, great even for close-ups
  • 2 ways to texture

Full body texturing allows you to add a continuous design to the whole shoe with a single image, while per part texturing gives you full control over the process.

  • Simple color changing with fill layers - just change the colors and see them update instantly!
  • Linked smart objects - designs sync across all files to save time!
  • 3 materials to choose from (glossy leather / canvas / perforated leather (some parts))
  • Removable Swoosh! - add your own branding!
  • Change materials per part
  • Change background color to suit your colorway

See - behance.net/demeterdenes - for more previews and freebies!

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