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Tinker Hatfield is a legendary sneaker designer that has transformed Nike’s business in multiple ways with both the Air Jordan and Air Max. A few short years after joining Nike, Tink designed the Air Max 1 which showcased Nike’s air technology through a visible window. This technology was originally introduced by Frank Rudy in the late 70s, but it was Tink’s ingenuity of making the air bubble visible in the shoe that solidified the Air Max sneaker as a grail silhouette for years to come. Here are some of our staff picks of Air Max you can shop on

Air Max 1 Sup QS

Air Max 1s are a timeless silhouette. These green metallic kicks are from the 2014 Nike Sportswear “Trophy” collection and they will definitely have you winning!

Nike Air Max Tailwind 4 Supreme

Nike x Supreme introduced the first-ever retro Air Max Tailwind 4. This shoe, from Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2019 season, features a premium red material with white accents. Supreme branding is on the tongue, heel and insole. You don’t want to miss out on these fresh, limited edition kicks.

Union x Air Max ‘97/360 “One Time Only”

Union strives to be a brand that bridges culture, music, and art into functional fashion. The brand has had many successful collabs with Nike including the 2005 Clerks Pack. These kicks combine two classic Air Max silhouettes, the upper of Air Max 97s with the tooling of an Air Max 360 making these limited release kicks a one of a kind sneaker you need in your collection.

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