Nike Air Max have always been a big favourite amongst the UK residents.
A few styles that spring to mind were the Air Max, aka Air Max 1 which always get a good reception, then the Air Max III, aka Air Max 90 release date 1989 and The Air Max Plus, aka Air Max TN release date 1998 or thereabouts.
Nike Air Max have come a long way since then.
The technical designs and overall comfort of the trainers have been upgraded to a much higher standard, making them the first choice crep or “sneaker” for most athletes and trainer enthusiasts alike.
So it is great to see Air Max Day 2016 being celebrated with three new styles from these great minds.
Hiroshi Fujiwara, for the Nike Air Max LD-Zero H. This product is no longer available on the Nike website
Tinker Hatfield is responsible for the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly T. This product is no longer available on the Nike website
And Nike CEO Mark Parker who adds the Nike Air Max Ultra M. This product is no longer available on the Nike website
If you need some inspiration regarding what to wear with them, check some of these ideas below.
And don’t forget the Skepta x Nike Air Max Blacklisted BW which is scheduled to release soon.
Famous Stars & Straps OG Boh T-shirt Royal / White – £15.99
Brixton Hamilton Snapback Cap Blue – £29.99 – http://goo.gl/Beu1in
Air Max Ultra M – £150.00