The Best Nike Outlet Find Of 2017

For the low.

I’ve been visiting Nike Outlets for a very long time, and I’ve never experienced a find like this before.

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve come across some cool stuff and great deals, but nothing like this. Someone was minding their business while visiting a Nike Outlet and stumbled upon Atmos Air Max 1s.

The price? $89 with 20% off. The true definition of steal! Now I know you’re wondering about the location, right? Well these Atmos Air Max 1s were found at an outlet in Canada.

Don’t let that stop you from visiting your local outlet. It’s like I always say: sneaker hunting ain’t dead.

Have you seen or heard about a better Nike Outlet find this year?

Photos: Andrew Wiens

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  • OGedge

    I honestly believe most older sneaker heads moved over to the outlets years ago. You get that sensation that you don’t know what you’re going to find like back in the day… it’s random. Plus more importantly the prices are decent. On a side note: G Roc an employee was telling me Jordan Brand is going limited next year any validity to that info?

  • I think that’s one of the main reasons I enjoy visiting outlets is because you literally NEVER know what you’re going to see. I love the excitement of the unknown. The OG feeling of sneaker hunting. I haven’t heard that but I’ll reach to my guy to see if there’s any truth to that.

  • OGedge

    Its also given me the opportunity to try on and buy certain models I would have never been interested in before

  • Executive 777

    Damn cuh!

  • Executive 777

    I was actually thinking about taking a trip out the outlet maybe this week.

  • DJR

    I wouldn’t necessarily call this a find but when the banned 1s released at my local outlet that was a come up. I showed up kinda late too and there was probably like hundred people ahead of me. I thought no way am I getting a pair. I was able to only get 1 pair but I remember guys was paying people to go get extra pairs. I could’ve got another pair but I refused to pay resell right at that moment (obviously hindsight is a mother).

  • Very true! I can relate. There’s been a few times I looked at a model and was like hmmmm, let me try this on. That’s something I wouldn’t have done in a reg store.

  • Handle that! You never know unless you go.

  • Executive 777

    Probably some good stuff out there.

  • I def remember the banned release in 2011. Pretty damn epic and unusual release. Glad you were able to get a pair.

    Why don’t you consider this a find?

  • DJR

    No I was referring to the banned 1s. The atmos is definitely a find dude basically hit the Lottery hahahahaha.

  • theloverswineverytime

    ? Oooooof course. Always an asterisk to be put next to some shit like this: *NO-DAMN-WHERE IN THE U.S. WILL U FIND THIS ONE.

    ? yup, ooof course.

  • Romanov

    A couple of weeks ago I took some friends to the Las America’s outlet at the San Diego-Tijuana border and to kill time I went to the Nike outlet and found a pair of Air Foamposite One Copper down from 230 to 179 bucks, plus 30% off and with a giftcard I had ended paying 30 buck for them ( taxes included).

  • javi

    Calm down hypebeast it ain’t that serious?

  • The only validation to JB I’m aware of is that move would align strategically in reducing the inventory woes of 2015 that spilled into 2017 that industry sources like Arch USA and Matt Powell from NPD have mentioned in write ups or official reports.

    It may also allow JB to recapture some of the exclusivity heuristic they lost as they tried to battle resellers by producing more units. A move which we don’t need an analyst to help us understand severely hurt JB’s street cred.

    It’s interesting what they’re doing with the SNKRS app and Nike+ as it seems like an idea I had years ago might be something Nike is finally ready to realize. If you’ve spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on a brand throughout your entire lifetime shouldn’t you receive better than a reservation, notify me or draw/raffle to buy a shoe?

    I’m a product designer/UX contractor by profession. There’s better ways to release shoes to people that actually will wear them. Producing more shoes was always going to fail long term and it creates unnecessary short term and long term overhead and excess inventory.

  • Viktor Von Doom

    I was expecting og reds (because so many where produce) not atmos. But as i’m living in Europe(shit loads of runners) imha gonna hit my clearence store every morning ( 2 minutes walk) and see what air max they drop

  • sirfresh

    False b