Nike Air Max

Nike Air Max Shoes

Nike Air Max 1Nike Air Max 90Nike Air Max 93
Nike Air Max 1Nike Air Max 90Nike Air Max 93
Nike Air Max 95Nike Air Max 95 x 360 HybridNike Air Max 97
Nike Air Max 95Nike Air Max 95 x 360 HybridNike Air Max 97
Nike Air Max LightNike Air Max Limited (LTD)Nike Air Max Plus
Nike Air Max LightNike Air Max Limited (LTD)Nike Air Max Plus
Nike Air Max 96Nike Air Max 2003 (03)Nike Air Max 2004 (04)
Nike Air Max 96Nike Air Max 2003 (03)Nike Air Max 2004 (04)
Nike Air Max 360Nike Air Max 360 II (2)Nike Air Max 180 II (2)
Nike Air Max 360Nike Air Max 360 II (2)Nike Air Max 180 II (2)
Nike Air Max Plus V (5)Nike Air Max SolasNike Air Max Tailwind‏
Nike Air Max Plus V (5)Nike Air Max SolasNike Air Max Tailwind‏
Nike Air Tailwind IV (4)Nike Air Max TorchNike Air Max Turbulence
Nike Air Tailwind IV (4)Nike Air Max TorchNike Air Max Turbulence

The Nike Air Max line is one of Nike’s most popular. They have quite a bit of history behind them, dating back to 1987 when the first pair of Nike Air Max dropped. Running was changed forever upon release of the Nike Air Max. Not only are the shoes stylish, but they are very comfortable and sport custom technology.

Nike Air Max

Nike Air Max
All Nike Air Maxes are lightweight with support and comfort in mind. The shoe gets its name from Nike’s Air technology, which is used in all models. The Air technology has been around since 1979, but the Nike Air Max was the first shoe to make this technology visible. The heel area, and for some models even the forefoot or entire sole, is made with see-through plastic, exposing the wonderful Air unit.

The style and shape of the Nike Air Max varies depending on the model, but the idea is the same: a stylish, comfortable running shoe that is built to last. The Nike Air Max almost made running into a new sport, and athletes caught on quick. The comfort and style that are offered by the Nike Air Max line is second to none. No matter which model you choose, you can be sure you are getting a tough and reliable running shoe.