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Postautor: jyggfio » 10 maja 2018, o 09:03


Developed Nike shoes Promotions Sale by Mark Parker and designed by Tinker Hatfield, this is the shoe that dared to be different. In 1987, Nike released the Air Max 1 – a ground breaking design and the birth of ‘visible air’. This design was inspired by the architecture of Paris’ Pompidou Centre – a building that looks like it’s been sprung inside out, showcasing inner workings that are visible through its exterior.

The third addition Nike Men shoes new design to the Air Max family, this trainer features a load more air than its predecessors. Born in 1990 (hence the name), the Air Max 90 took the world by storm – and not just for its comfort. This style also features subtler Nike branding, which allows for a stronger design and a bolder approach to colour. This is the trainer that helped Nike enter the fashion world.

Another Tinker Hatfield Nike women shoes Comfortable creation, the Air Max 180 shoe featured a revolutionary 180-degree visible air unit. To ensure the visible air-sole unit was the key recognisable element to this shoe, it was designed in white with the exception of the swoosh. The upper features an inner sleeve that stretches to match the shape of the foot – meaning ultimate, slipper-like comfort. Sadly, the Nike Air Max 180 is pretty rare nowadays – if you have a pair, hold them close and don’t let go.

With the Nike Air Max 180 focus now being on the beauty of design, Tinker Hatfield created the Air Max 93 shoe as an artistic celebration of air technology. This is the first Air Max to employ a top line bootie construction technique to improve comfort and fit, whilst a newly developed air unit made its debut. The air unit on this trainer wraps around the back of the shoe with 270-degrees of pure visible air – this was a game changers and the style quickly established itself as a footwear design classic.
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