In 2009, Patta and Nike released a collection of four collaborations on the Nike Air Max 1 in celebration of Patta's Fifth Anniversary, but the fifth pair, the must anticipated Patta x Parra x Nike Air Max One "Cherrywood" did not release until later on in March of 2010. After being teased by pictures throughout the internet and often being misconstrued at either a Patta -exclusive, a friend and family, or a Parra-specific pair, 258 pairs of the Patta by Parra AM1 Cherrywood were released to the public. Dutch artist Parra gave Nike, Patta and Air Max One enthusiasts looks of the shoe months before but it took such a long time after the other four pairs initially dropped that people began becoming skeptical about their actual release. Covered in burgundy suede with asymmetrical Nike swooshes of burgundy and blue chenille on the lateral and medial sides, respectively, the Parra x Patta AM1 quickly became one of the most sought-after and coveted of all the designs to ever embody the original Air Max silhouette. Finished with a satin sock liner and tri-branded insoles, the Patta AIr Max One was released in Amsterdam and only a very select number of Nike Sportswear retailers. Needless to say, the Patta x Parra x Nike Air MAx 1 "Cherrywood" has remained a staple in the catalog of great Air Max renditions and will continue to do so for many years to come.