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Happy Air Max Day!

26th March 2019

Nike Air Max was first designed by Tinker Hatfield, who began working for Nike as an engineer designing sneakers. Hatfield also designed a significant number of Nike’s famous lines including the Air Jordan.

The Nike Air Max Day on March 26th is an annual celebration of the brand’s famed Air Max line, which also happens to be when the iconic Air Max 1 made its debut in 1987.

The Air Max range has since grown into a collection, with an array of silhouettes and design to suit a variety of needs and personalities. The Nike Air Max is more than just a branding; it’s a lifestyle.

We at Buyandship are celebrating the occasion by reminiscing on the various Air Max collection Nike has to offer. With Buyandship, you can kick back and relax and leave the headache of international shipping to us.

Get your hands on these beauties from SneakerStuff to celebrate Air Max Day and enjoy international shipping starting from S$9/lbs with Buyandship.

Nike Air Max2 Light

The Nike Air Max2 Light, as the name suggests, is light on the feet and was first introduced in 1994. Taking on the 90’s revival trend, Nike has brought back this iconic sneaker into its arsenal, complete with the same aesthetics and classic colourway. It even has the OG tongue tag that’ll leave fans’ wagging for more.

Nike SB Air Max Janoski II

We can’t believe that it has been 10 years since Nike forged a collaboration with American professional skateboarder Stefan Janoski. The milestone calls for a celebration and what better way to commemorate the decade-long relationship with the all-new Nike SB Air Max Janoski II. The second edition has an edgier cut and features a sock-like collar. The Nike SB Air Max Janoski II is primed with a knitted finished, complete with an embroidered ‘Swoosh’ branding.

NikeLab Air Max 1 Pinnacle

Since its debut in 1987, the Air Max 1 has been retooled and reimagined countless times. Nike brings more “Pinnacle” treatments to the iconic line featuring premium designs, and it’s doing so by way of NikeLab. This edition of the NikeLab Air Max 1 Pinnacle with a fine sand/beige leather upper and white/grey midsole and rubber outsole. The lining is kept in a light sand textile while the rest is a high premium leather mix.

Nike Women’s Air Max 98 Premium

Similar to the moonlight hitting the eyes of a prowling leopard, this Nike Air Max 98 Premium on uncovers its spots when the sun sets. The  3M reflective accents are prominently visible at night. The sneaker is also adorned with volt-shaded colours embroideries, which has been flawlessly blended into the animal print. Whether it is for a simple day-out or a night out in town, you can do it in comfort with a whole lot of flair.

Nike Air Max Deluxe

Born in 1999 – just around the Millennium – the Nike Air Max Deluxe is often underrated and flying under the radar. There is a vintage out-of-space appeal, which was often portrayed in the 90s as a futuristic design. As far as Air Max design goes, this particular range is undoubtedly unique, all while maintaining the comforts and functionality of the brand’s Max Air bubble. With the return of the Nike Air Max Deluxe, the underdog-days are finally over.

Nike Air Max Speed Turf

The Nike Air Max Speed Turf is a must-have for NFL fans. Made famous by the Miami Dolphins’ quarterback Dan Marino, the model was first introduced in 1995.  The design is a perfect marriage between form and function as the shoe can be worn on and off the field. Without a doubt, the Air Max Speed Turf is one of the most favourable models among the NFL players.