Nike’s Giant Air Max Bus Is Roaming Around Toronto

March 13th, 2017 by

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Nike’s Air Max bus was spotted roaming the streets of Toronto, so if you’re in and around the Canadian metropolis at all next week, you might want to check out the schedule to be treated toward a moving museum featuring the history of visible air.

The customized mega-bus features an exterior reminiscent of the earliest Air Max boxes, but it’s all about what’s waiting for you on the inside that’s truly special. The Air Max Day bus features 30 of the most iconic Nike Air Max 1 releases in honor of the silhouette’s 30th anniversary. An exclusive vending machine game will also offer visitor’s a chance to win entrance into the upcoming Sneakeasy party on Air Max Day, March 26th where Nike will include a chance to win one of the 30 Air Max 1 grails and pay the original retail price for them. The future of visible air will also be on display with multiple looks at the coming Nike VaporMax.

Check out the full schedule of Nike’s Air Max Bus throughout its stay in Toronto below and head over to our Release Dates page for an updated look at all of the coming Air Max Day releases later this month.




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