Lisa Wynen

18 Mar

Nike Is Celebrating Air Max Day 2020 With New Launches

We all know the famous sneaker named Air Max 1, one of the most iconic sneakers to date. To commemorate all-things Air Max, Nike started an annual celebration called Air Max Day in 2014. Taking place on March 26th which is the day the Air Max 1 launched in 1987. It not only serves to celebrate the iconic sneaker but also to reveal several new styles and models.

Air Max Day pays homage to all their variations over the years, including the recent Air Max 90 Flyease and the Air Max Verona. All Air Max wearers can celebrate this day in style and of course also showcase their creativity. Here you can see why.

Air Max 2090

The colors of the Air Max 2090 are designed to illustrate what our future holds, available in unisex and youth sizing. However, this beautiful lava-glow sneaker is an exclusive women’s colorway.

Air Max Duck Camo Pack

In 2013, the duck camo print from the 2013 Air Max 90 Atmos was hot, this year Nike brings it back as the new Air Max Duck Camo Pack. It includes an inverted color scheme of the original and one with the duck camo print peeking out of a translucent-layered upper. The shoes are available in unisex, youth and toddler sizing.

Air Max 90 Metallic Pack

Last but not least, Nike brings back the shine of precious metals for this Air Max Day 2020. This special edition is only available through Nike By You, sizing for women and toddlers. You can find your favorite in gold, rose and silver colorways.

You can find the fabulous sneakers March 26th on SNKRS and in selected stores.


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