On March 26th, 1987, Nike released the Air Max 1. The creative mind behind this was Tinker Hatfield and this challenged the way we looked at sneakers forever. This was mostly because of the visible air bag that sat inside the sole.

Thirty years later, Nike released the next generation of Air with the new VaporMax sneaker. To celebrate three decades and the new sneaker, Nike invited us to the “Sneakeasy” event in Toronto.For this they had tapped five Toronto creatives to create art installations that honoured the innovative tech, along with a special Nike ID session for the VaporMax.

For our pair we kept the White/Red OG colour way and the Air Max logo on the both heels to commemorate the Air Max 1. In addition, we went with the white Nike check, the official historic release date of 3.26 date on the tongue. We finished off the pair off with a crystal clear Air unit.

To check out the event in full, follow the link here.

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