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Air Max Remixed, Recreated, Re-tooled and Re-imagined

The legacy of Air may be sustained by Nike’s robust internal collaboration, but its vibrancy is supported by cross-pollinating ideas with a variety of global talents. In sneaker terms, this equates to the “x” in Nike’s creative partnerships. The resulting products have yielded radical reconsiderations, far-out articulations and some of the most sought-after visions of Air ever.
The latest of these come from a quartet of intriguing and ambitious Air Max designs from Tokyo-based Atmos, Edison Chen's venerable CLOT, New York's Heron Preston and the elusive Cactus Plant Flea Market. Each offers a distinct take on an Air Max classic with a different starting point — remixed, recreated, re-tooled and re-imagined, respectively. 

The Shoes

Nike Air Max 2019 Collaborations  1

The Nike x Atmos Air Max 2 Light remixes a mid-90s design with a a full-blown, all-over print aesthetic. It will be released globally on April 5.

Nike Air Max 2019 Collaborations  4

The Nike x Clot Air Max 97/Haven melds the upper of the cult-classic Nike Zoom Haven (introduced in 2000 and, incidentally, a platform for an early fashion collaboration) with the Air Max 97 tooling. In this, CLOT recreates Air Max in an all-new articulation. The shoe's global release comes May 8.

Nike Air Max 2019 Collaborations — atmos CLOT Heron Preston Cactus Plant Flea Market 4

The Nike Air Max 720/95 Heron Preston By You marries the Air Max 720 and Air Max 95 while highlighting the Air-Sole with an Air-wrapped upper. The shoe is available for customization beginning April 15.

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The Nike x CPFM Air VaporMax 2019 reimagines the VaporMax aesthetic with unique upper embellishments that convey a Just Do It attitude. It drops May 14 exclusively at Dover Street Market locations.