Nike's Air Max line has been a mainstay in sneaker culture since its introduction in 1987.
A sneaker that needs no introduction, the Nike Air More Uptempo is a classic ’90s silhouette that is recognisable for its cool design.
The Nike Air Max LeBron 8 is a luxurious basketball shoe designed with high-performance features, including a 360-degree Air Max unit.
The collaboration between OFF-WHITE and Nike has been going strong since the initial 2017 release of OFF-WHITE x Air Max 90 ‘The Ten’.
The iconic Nike Air Max 97 was the first in its class to feature full-length Air cushioning.
The Nike Air Max Penny I sneakers were the debut of a highly sought-after signature line.
The Air Max 1 OG ‘Anniversary’ 2017 pays homage to the iconic design with a classic white, red and grey colourway.
This version of the beloved shoe features a striking mix of faux tiger, leopard, zebra and pony panels.
As part of Nike’s ‘On Air’ initiative, Cash Ru from Shanghai managed to inspire the public with his design of the Air Max 97 ‘On Air: Shanghai Kaleidoscope’.
To celebrate the 45th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s momentous walk on the moon, Nike released the Air Max Lunar90 SP ‘Moon Landing’.
The Air Max 90 ‘Warhawk’ takes inspiration from the infamous World War II Pursuit (Fighter) Plane dubbed the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk.
In 2005, Dutch artist Piet Parra collaborated with Nike on two limited sneaker releases. One of them was the Parra x Nike Air Max 1 ‘Amsterdam’.
For the Travis Scott x Air Max 1 Cactus Jack Brown collaboration, Nike took inspiration from the ACG Pocket Knife hiking shoe and combined it with Travis Scott’s signature style.
Parra’s Para x Air Max 1 ‘Albert Heijn’ is a sneaker like no other. The eye-catching mix of white, orange and blue honours the Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn.
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