Nike Air Max comes in numerous versions, colourways and special editions. To list all those versions would take forever, so we have tried to point out two of the most essential models in the Air Max-family. On top of that we want to show you, how Nike Air Max has become a huge part of the world of football by sharing one of the limited editions made in collaborations with a football club.
The Nike Air Max 97 launched ten years after the first Nike Air Max, and what a way to celebrate a 10 year anniversary. The 97 version was the first one to introduce a visible heel-to-toe Air-unit technology. This version has been an extensive part of the street fashion community for many years - and therefore also been one of the go-to sneakers for footballers, as they nowadays not only are role models on the pitch but also off the pitch. One the latest colourways that has blown our minds is the Air Max 97 in a metallic red bronze, orange and white.
This is one the most memorable and important shoes in the history of Nike Air Max. The Nike Air Max 95 was the first one to deviate a lot from the original Air Max, because of a change in the design team at Nike. Rumour has it, that Nike Air Max 95 was designed with inspiration from the anatomy of the human body. Besides that the 95 version was the first one to introduce the Air-unit technology to the front of the foot, so the cushioning was available to the whole foot and not only the heel. Lately there has been a lot of amazing colourways to the Nike Air Max 95, and one of our favourites is the grey, red and black Air Max 95.
As mentioned earlier on, Nike Air Max comes in a numerous of versions. And as any other sneaker, it sometimes releases in limited editions. By its increasing adoration in the world of football, the Nike Air Max also tends to collab with football clubs and players. And the latest collaboration is with no other than the fashion idols of PSG. The Air Max 200 is an example of how a collaboration between the legendary sneaker and a football club could turn out. This is great proof in terms of how the Air Max in a subtle way is melting into the world of modern football.