Here's Every Single Sneaker From Nike's Air Max Day Line-Up

It's hotting up.


Great news! One of the best days of the year is almost here. This year, Nike's annual Air Max Day celebration falls on March 26, and we can't wait to sink our teeth into the tasty sneaker offerings. True to form, Nike will be reviving some old-school classics as well as releasing an all-new silhouette. Check out the full line-up below, releasing in the run-up to Air Max Day, and get that wishlist at the ready.


Sean Wotherspoon x Nike Air Max 1/97

As part of the Air Max 97's 30th anniversary celebrations last year, twelve “Revolutionairs” were invited to design the future of Air as part of Vote Forward – designed by the community, for the community. Sean Wotherspoon, Air Max devotee and vintage store owner, won with his retro rendition of the sneaker, which will now see a wider release.


Air VaporMax 97

Two of 2017's favorite sneaker silhouettes, the Air Max 97 and the Air VaporMax, have made like the celebs and dropped a good-looking lovechild into 2018. The hybrid sneaker combines the Air Max 97 upper with the Air VaporMax cushioning unit and will arrive in several colorways, including the famed “Japan” pair.


Air VaporMax 2.0

The official sequel to the Nike's innovative Air VaporMax, the 2.0, features a smaller Swoosh and will be releasing in some cool new colorways.


AirVaporMax Plus

Another hybrid with a classic, the Nike Air VaporMax Plus marries Sean McDowell's cult 1998 Air Max Plus with the Air VaporMax sole. The Plus' “Tn” heel badge has been swapped out with a new one that pays homage to the VaporMax. The sneaker releases in several colorways on January 25.


Air Max 270

According to Senior Creative Director Dylaan Raasch, the original idea for this brand-new sneaker was to mash up the best bits of the Air Max 93 and the Air Max 180. However, somewhere along the way the team abandoned the idea to make something entirely new. The Air Max 270 boasts the highest heel to date with a new sleek, engineered upper. Multiple colorways drop on February 1 and March 2.


Air Max 93

Nike revives the vibrant “Dusty Cactus” Air Max 93 colorway, dropping February 2.


Air Max 180

The OG Air Max shoe is making a comeback in a cool “Ultramarine” colorway which combines cream, white, blue and coral in a retro aesthetic. It also releases February 2.


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