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SHOP KIDS' AIR MAX

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AIR MAX BY YOU Imagine the Air Max you want. Now, let's make it real

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An Animated Cultural History of Air Max What was "in the Air" when these Air Max icons were created?
See what you can spot.

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1987: Air Max 1 Inspired by the open architecture of Paris's Centre Pompidou,
Nike Designer Tinker Hatfield cut a small window into the
Air Max 1's midsole, making Nike Air visible for the first time.

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1990: Air Max 90 With its stand-out side panel, the AM90 was a revolution
of its own. Its original 'Infrared' colourway still creates a
sensation with every reissue.

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1991: Air Max 180 Its Max Air unit wasn't just bigger—it also wrapped all
the way under the shoe. A clean, sleek design helped
draw the eye straight to that 180° Air cushioning.

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1995: Air Max 95 Our designers took inspiration from the Earth's layers for
the 95's sculptured look. This Air Max shoe was also the
first to add a second visible Nike Air unit at the front foot.

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1997: Air Max 97 The first Air Max shoe with full-length Nike Air cushioning, the
97 looks incredibly futuristic. But our designers actually took
their inspiration from the natural beauty of ripples in water.

1998: Air Max Plus Splitting the Nike Air unit into different sections allowed us to fine-tune
each one—a technology we called Tuned Air. The debut colourway took
its look from tropical skies and swaying palms.

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2006: Air Max 360 With the Air Max 360 shoe, we achieved our first no-foam design—
it's Max Air cushioning, and nothing but. This breakthrough would
kick off a new era of Air Max technology.

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2015: Nike Air VaporMax With only a thin film separating your foot from the cushion,
this shoe is the closest you can get to walking on air. Nike
Air VaporMax is fast, flexible and impossible to miss.

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2018: Air Max 270 That mighty heel unit—visible for a full 270°—makes it one of
the boldest statements in the history of Air Max. A lightweight,
form-fitting upper makes it one of the most comfortable.

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2019: Air Max 720 The newest member of the Air Max family delivers pure energy,
with a show-stopping look and a powerful bounce. It also
features our tallest-ever Nike Air cushion … for now.