HomeNikeDetailed Look at the Nike Air Max Sensation 'Black Croc'

Detailed Look at the Nike Air Max Sensation ‘Black Croc’

Buy Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

2015 brought back the Air Max Sensation and so far we have seen one colorway officially release. The second pair from the batch we saw not long ago is now starting to debut, the Nike Air Max Sensation ‘Black Croc’.

While mainly compromised of black, the uppers feature suede while through the mudguard is crocodile texture, thus resulting in the nickname. White is then applied to the tongue and outsole while red is used within the Air Unit and tongue branding.

The ‘Black Croc’ Nike Air Max Sensation Retro has now started to show up at retailers. Foot Locker Spain is the first to release this model, with more stores across the globe receiving shipments soon. Unfortunately you will have to reside in Spain to be able to purchase from their website but give it a few weeks to a month and they will be available locally.

Nike Air Max Sensation
Colorway: Black/Black-Gym Red
Product Number: 805897-001

Update: The Nike Air Max Sensation ‘Black Croc’ has now landed at Sneakersnstuff for $169 which has lead to this detailed look.

Buy Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Buy Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Buy Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Buy Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Buy Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Update: Another shop overseas has now received the ‘Black Croc’ Nike Air Max Sensation which is Afew. This has lead to new images as well as shots showing how they look on feet.

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Black Croc Nike Air Max Sensation

Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Nike Air Max Sensation Black Croc

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

Latest News

Related Articles