Quick Sizing Guide

  • 4 eyelets
    36"
  • 5 eyelets
    36" / 45"
  • 6 eyelets
    45" / 54"
  • 7 eyelets
    54" / 63"
  • 8 eyelets
    63" / 72"
  • 9 eyelets
    72"
  • 7 eyelets
    72"

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Air Max Thea

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The Nike “Air Max Thea” is an innovative model specifically designed for women. While the color of the original laces will depend on the pack / colorway / release, the OG shoelace style and sizing is the same across all. The Air Max Thea come equipped with standard ropes made with a cotton / poly blend, generally between 45 and 54 inches (137 CM). If you prefer to wear your laces untied, we recommend going with a slightly shorter, 50 inch shoelace – it’s a better fit for laid back styles.

Sneaker Air Max Thea
Lace type Rope
No of Eyelets 6
Lace size 54 In / 137 CM

LACE SWAP RECOMMENDATIONS

Depending on your personal style, tastes and preferences, you could swap out OG laces with a variety - below are some of our favorites. Also, be sure to check out our 15 favorite lace swaps for Air Maxes

  1. Gold tipped "ROPE" laces
  2. Black "FLAT" 3M laces
  3. White / grey "FLAT" 3M laces
  4.  Red x Black "ROPE" laces

More About The Theas

The Air Max Thea takes inspiration from the classic Air Max running silhouette. Air cushioning technology was first introduced in the late 1970s. In the 1980s, air cushioning technology became visible for the first time in the Nike Air Max 1, also called Air Max '87. Now, the air cushioning technology is bigger and better. The Air Max Thea offers maximum impact protection via the revamped air technology. In addition, it's pretty cool to see the embedded bubble of air inside the midsole. The Air Max Thea also features a Phylon lightweight-foam midsole providing the perfect amount of lightweight cushioning, and a Solarsoft sockliner to keep your feet extra comfortable. While the Air Max Thea resembles a running sneaker and definitely provides the support, women are wearing them as casual shoes. These have begun their own “athleisure” movement, with women wearing these in whatever environment outside of the gym.

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