Nike’s Air Max the most legendary sneaker series of all time? Tinker Hatfield’s eureka moment of stripping back the midsole so you could peer in at Nike’s air cushioning technology debuted on the Air Max 1 in 1987, and has been the bubbly bed for dozens of releases in the 27 years since. As you can imagine, we’ve got our own favourite models, and we’d love to share our current Top 10 scroll down to view them.
Release Date: 25th July 2015
When the Air Max 95 first touched down two decades ago, it quickly reached the iconic status it still holds today. Boasting an anatomy-inspired design, it immediately made a name for itself as a performance runner, while simultaneously transcending the track to become an everyday favourite. To celebrate the legacy the Air Max 95 “Greedy” brings together four original colourways from the classic 95. The modern icon follows OG standards with a full suede and mesh construction decorated in clashing themes on the medial and lateral side of each shoe. The left shoe mixes “Safety Orange” and “Aqua/Grape” tones, while the right pair takes “Neon Yellow” and “Hot Red”
Release Date: 28th December 2015
The Nike Air Max 95 is back and bolder than ever thanks to the addition of Tinker Hatfield’s famed Safari print. The animalistic speckling can be found on basically every silhouette that Nike Sportswear has championed over the years, and here a two-toned Safari speckle creates a dynamic finish to the iconic wavy side panels of the Air Max 95.
Release Date: 2nd October 2015
The Air Max 90 got upgrade this winter season with the Utility. This pair is the Dark Loden/Black make up. Dark Loden and Olive tones cover most of the upper which is crafted with a durable suede and synthetic materials. Black accents hit the shoe throughout and on the laces to complete the look. .
Release Date: November 2015
Forever in favour with a certain set, the Nike Air Max Plus (AKA TN) has finally had its break out year in 2015. The avant-garde design isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but it has rightly garnered a legion of admirers recently, and this brazen ‘Lava Red’ edition should be right up the alley of many fashion daredevils.
Release Date: November 2015
Another November release this year was The Air Max 1 Ultra Moire in a dark green camouflage print that remind us of the different military-style prints used on Air Max retro models.
Release Date: 24th September 2015
With the Nike Air Max 90 “City Pack” each pair was a representation of a dessert from each city represented this design inspired by the dessert “cake”, Nike Air Max 90 “Shanghai” features a durable leather and mesh upper in an iconic profile and a visible Max Air unit in the heel. It’s a retro look with outstanding impact protection.
Release Date: 1st October 2015
The Nike Air Max 95 SneakerBoot updates the iconic ’90s runner for cold-weather comfort with warm, water-resistant materials, aggressive traction and reflective details that shine in low light. The water-resistant textile design features a waterproof leather toe to help keep you dry. A heat-reflective lining on the neoprene inner sleeve provides warmth that surrounds your foot.
Release Date: August 2015
The Nike Air Max Thea Premium Women’s Shoe is equipped with premium lightweight cushioning and a sleek, low-cut profile for lasting comfort and understated style.
Release Date: 11th December 2015
The collaboration pack comes in three tonal colorways of black, blue and olive with Stussy branding on the tongue, insole, and outsole. The tongue features their logo with “1980-2015″ written on it to commemorate the 35th anniversary. This is the Olive/White pair.
Release Date: 12th March 2015
This pair of AM1 is a Tinker Hatfield designs, which has been remastered with all the modern upgrades. It includes a canvas upper, which backs hook-and-loop overlays. The pair has twenty-two patches all throughout, which refer to key people, places and moments in Air Max’s evolution. The shoe also features responsive cushioning with full-length Phylon midsole and its signature visible Air unit.