maharishi Make Over a Trio of Nikes
These are lit, if you can see ’em.
UK’s maharishi have been the go-to for heritage camouflage prints and military-inspired designs since their launch in 1994. Now founder/creative director Hardy Blechman and company are joining forces with Nike for a trio of collaborative drops.
First teased earlier this November, the colab features the high-top Air Force 1, AF-1 Utility, and the rugged Bowfin edition of the Air Max 270. While the AF-1 High takes cues from World War II—era military tour jackets, the Utility and Bowfin take on lightweight and breathable ripstop fabrics along with maharishi’s OG ‘Bonsai Forest’ pattern as ‘an apt celebration of the natural world and nature’s overarching, holistic influence on camouflage’.
The collaboration follows Patta’s recent Air Max 90 x Air Max 95 hybrids and, like those mashups, will be offered for customisation via the By You platform.
Look for maharishi to launch their own interpretations with an online raffle from November 27 through 12 p.m. GMT on November 29. The maharishi By You platform will follow with customisation options on December 10.