In 1979, Nike Air Tailwind was the first to be equipped with Air Air Cushion, a sports shoe cushioning technology that was able to go down in history. In 1987, the Nike Air Max
running shoe was the first pair of sports shoes with a visual air cushion cushioning configuration. Whether it's an unprecedented sense of lameness or a highly impactful visual experience, it all turns to a revolution. Then in 1997, Air Max 97 completed another technological innovation with a full palm air cushion.
Today, to celebrate the 30th birthday of the Air Max series, Nike has spent seven years making technological improvements to make this pair ofNike Air VaporMax
. The new breakthrough provides the wearer with a lightweight and sustained cushioning performance that fully fulfills the mission of Air Air Cushion. The Flyknit upper is professionally designed to provide precise support and dynamic fit, giving the shoe support, flexibility and breathability. The wavy super air cushion VaporMax Air air cushion uses a one-piece molding technology to enhance the thickness and capacity of the air cushion, injecting nitrogen into it, and removing the previously protected rubber midsole. Make it more flexible and softer and more comfortable. The outsole is made of new TPU material, which improves wear resistance, slip resistance and service life. The Nike VaporMax Air is made in purely mechanical and improves the precision of making shoes.