Nike produces a wide range of sports equipment include shoes, jerseys, shorts, cleats, baselayers, etc., among which the most popular product is nike running shoes. The wide range of sports, including track and field, baseball, ice hockey, tennis, association football (soccer), lacrosse, basketball, and cricket that are popular around the world. From nike running shoes to nike basketball shoes, you get rich footwear sources for sports activities. Nike shoes are pretty popular for its breathable Textile Uppers and Comfortable Lightweight Cushioning.
Nike Air Max is a line of shoes originally designed by Tinker Hatfield and first released by Nike. It uses a large air cushioning unit at the heel which is visible from the side of the midsole in most models. Some hot types of Air Max products include:
Air Max 1: Released in 1987 as the Air Max, the Air Max 1 featured Air cushioning that was visible at the heel. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield being inspired by Parisian architecture. The sneaker's upper was made of nylon and synthetic felt at first. Then the leather version was later released in 1988. The midsole and outsole were taken from the Air Max III (now called the Air Max 90) and featured a leather upper since 1992.
Air Max 90: Known as the Air Max III until 2000, and is considered to be the second flagship sneaker of the Air Max legacy. The original colourway of white/black/cool grey was chosen to exaggerate the thickness of the sole air cushion. The upper featured Duromesh, synthetic felt and synthetic leather.The latest released version is named Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse, which is crafted from a kind of lighter and more breathable material called Hyperfuse technology for better performance.
Air Max 93: Released in 1993 as the Air Max 270, the Air Max 93 introduced a 270-degree air unit and colored air units to the range. These new manufacturing processes provided the larger and more exposed air unit greater protection for all wearers with a upper featured a more sock-like fit derived from 1991's Air Hurrache sneaker. Soon after it was released, the Air Max 93 also gained a high reputation for its excellent quality.
Air Max 95: The visual design of the Air Max 95 was created by Sergio Lozano who based the design of the Air Max 95 on the human anatomy, with the spine of the shoe resembling the human spine and the materials intended to represent skin, ribs, and tendons. It also try to utilize two air cushions in the forefoot and used air pressure technology to fit the curvature of the wearer's forefoot for the first time. The first colorway was black, neon yellow and white. Neon yellow was used to emphasize the multiple air units. Nike generally provides the nicest color ways on their air max shoes to match people's high taste for fashion. The shoe also introduced a smaller Nike swoosh minimized in the rear side panel. Original releases of Air Max 95 featured a "25 PSI" air pressure reading on the rear air unit while Uppers featured 3M Scotchlite material.
Air Max 97: Air Max 97 was designed by Christian Tresser being inspired by high-speed Japanese bullet trains and features a mix of leather, foam, and full-length visible Air. It was introduced with a sleeker, metallic silver colorway that contained a nearly full-length visible air unit. A most outstanding characteristic lies in the Uppers featuring three reflective lines made of 3M Scotchbrite material. The original "Silver Bullet" colorway released again in the US on April 13th,2017.
Air Max 360: The Air component that is visible from every angle help Air Max 360 to provide athletes the smoothest and most durable ride ever created. In September 2006 Nike introduced a special 'one time only pack' which fused the 360 model with three classics include Air Max 90, Air Max 95, and Air Max 97. The design of the 360 sole was used in place of the normal sole of these three classics. The shoes were released in the three original colors: red for the Air Max 90, green/yellow for the Air Max 95, and grey/silver for the Air Max 97. This special new Air Max releases aims at offering a smart edition to lasted for about 500 miles (800 km) before their shock absorbing properties deteriorated. The use of '360' of air cushioning is a great effort to ensure the shoes longevity.