The Nike Air VaporMax will make its initial debut just in time for Air Max Day.
Nike’s annual celebration of its coveted Air technology will bring about the latest within the innovative Air Max cushioning technology.
While paying homage to the past, and releasing some celebratory updated Retro releases, Nike will finally unleash the VaporMax to the public. The shoe features 360 degrees of Air and it’s fully articulated. We are pretty curious as to how it feels underfoot so hopefully we’re able to scoop up a pair upon release.
If you’re not into the VaporMax then maybe you’ll be more interested in some of the updated Retro models. March 2 will see the release of the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Flyknit in the OG Infrared colorway.
Check out some of Nike’s most coveted Air Max releases of the past while checking out some of what they plan on releasing com the month of March. Let us know if you plan on picking anything up upon release date as well.
Nike Air Max 1 Anniversary
It’s the Air Max that started it all. Originally released in 1987, the Air Max 1 introduced the world to visible Nike Air cushioning. The Tinker Hatfield design was first released in three iconic colorways, including these classic white, red and grey and white, blue and grey combos. The icon returns with its coveted shape.
Nike Air Max 1 atmos Elephant
The Air Max 1 atmos was the undisputed winner of the Air Max Day 2016 Vote Back campaign. The collaboration spliced a staple Nike motif with meticulous color blocking to highlight the subtle jade Swoosh. Co-created by famed Japanese retailer, Atmos, this sneaker was originally part of the “Zoo Pack,” released in 2006.
Nike Air Max 1 Master
A combination of materials curated from the most coveted styles in Air Max history, this 30th anniversary edition of the Air Max 1 is many grails in one. Materials include original-red toe tips, the beloved “Safari” print, and nods to other classic details on the upper.
Nike Air Max 1 Ultra 2.0 LE
To celebrate 30 years of Air Max 1, the Air Max 1 Ultra 2.0 arrives. Recognized as the most innovative Air Max 1 to date, cored-out ultra-tooling helps make it one of the lightest Air Max models ever. The “3.26” placed on the tongue marks the anniversary of the original.
Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Flyknit Release Date: March 2
The Air Max 90 OG is quickly recognized, especially in its vibrant Infrared color. In the Air Max 90 Flyknit, two new innovations make this icon lighter: a Flyknit upper which also increases flexibility, and a cored-out midsole that decreases weight and increases comfort.
Nike Air VaporMaxRelease Date: March 26
Welcome to the rebirth of Air. With a flexible Flyknit upper atop a radically reinvented Air cushioning system, the Nike Air VaporMax reignites the Air Revolution, declaring in no uncertain terms that the state of Air is once again State of the Art.
Nike Air Max LD-Zero
Created for Air Max Day 2016 by legendary streetwear designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, the LD-Zero mixes a clean upper inspired by the 70s-era Nike LD1000 and the Boston with the 360 Air Max unit that debuted in 2006 and was updated for the Air Max 2014. The result is an original design that merges classic style with modern comfort.
Women’s Nike Air Max Jewell Release Date: March 8
Inspired by the Air Max Plus, the Nike Air Max Jewell is the second ever women’s-only Air Max model.
Via Nike Inc.