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Another iconic model, alongside the Air Force I, is the Air Max. The first silhouette of the Nike sneaker with a visible air bubble was designed by Tinker Hatfield and is considered a grail in some colourways. The AM1 first appeared in 1987 and was once thought of as a running shoe. The lineage has continued to this day and numerous versions have appeared, all inheriting the Air Max DNA. Due to the timeless designs and the strong collabs that have been made on the Air Max over the past 32 years, the sneaker has achieved classic status in various versions, such as the Air Max 90.
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