March 6th, 2013 by Brendan Dunne
Sneaker News is jumping back into the Sneakerpedia archives once again. What’s the topic this time? We wanted to give a little bit more shine to the Visible Air technology, Tinker’s brainchild that quietly celebrated its 25th anniversary as of last year. We dug through the various collections on display over at Sneakerpedia in an attempt to uncover some of the most revered, aesthetically striking, and technologically advanced vis-Air sporting sneakers over the years. The result is a visual history of the progression of Nike’s Air Max revolution from 1987 all the way up to 2012. Join us after the jump for a look at the sneakers selected, some OG and some not, and make sure you head to Sneakerpedia to see what other gems are waiting to be discovered.
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March 17th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
Nike Sportswear has issued a few hybrid models comprised of design elements from the flagship Air Max running series, but this latest looks to reach to an unexpected source for one of its key features. The Nike Air Max Go Strong is pretty clearly a combination of Air Max 93 and Air 180 aesthetics, but its name feels more like a basketball shoe and sure enough the black ‘wave’ on this pair seems to strongly resemble the Air Go LWP. This first pair is done in a colorway that’ll make anyone who considers themselves a Sacramento Kings homer a bit sad but it’s a solid look for summer and just hit select NSW retailers including Swiss sneaker spot Titolo.
Color: White/Club Purple
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