Nike Air

Nike introduced its Air Cushioning Technology in 1979. By embedding Air Cushioning in the midsoles of its running shoes, it changed the way athletes approached and reacted to athletic performance forever. Eight years later, as Nike continued to bring the latest scientific discoveries to footwear design, the Nike Air component became larger – meaning greater cushioning and comfort – and was made visible for the first time in the Air Max shoe: now athletes could see as well as feel the benefits of Nike Air. Many Nike Air products were developed since then and many of them grew to become icons on and off the track.

Nike Air Max 1 – 1987
Nike Air Max Light – 1989
Nike Air Max 90 – 1990

Nike Air Classic BW – 1991

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Nike Air 180 – 1992


Nike Air Max 93 – 1993
Nike Air Max 95 – 1995

Nike Air Max 97 – 1997
Nike Air Max 2003
Nike Air Max 360 – 2006


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