After three decades, the concept of visible air cushioning is something that sneaker enthusiasts are accustomed to seeing, in increasingly radical forms at that. But, before the development of features like full-length air soles, and the total air of the Vapormax, there was the Air Max 180.
Billed as containing 50% more air than previous Air Max models, the Air Max 180 bared its Air cushioning all the way down to the outsole, allowing wearers to “walk on air” directly for the first time.
The “Ultramarine” Air Max 180 is a reissue of the debutant, 1991 version of the shoe, sporting the original white, ultramarine and solar red colorway that has proven to be an integral part of making so many of Nike’s running silhouettes into coveted classics.
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