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Nike Air Max: Cities and Collaborations

Since 1987, Nike’s Air Max line has played a prominent role in a wide range of communities. From artists, designers, urban planners, creatives, brands of all stripes, and the food-obsessed, the Air Max continues to be a potent cultural force. Out of all this creative flux, there is one vehicle that has taken the worldwide adoption of the Air Max to another level: collaboration.

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Over the years, Air Max has leveraged the power of collaboration to launch an international takeover, and StockX shows how different regional markets have favored different releases. Collabs like the Air Max 1 Amsterdam might seem like an obvious selection, but there are more subtle collabs that speak volumes to individual communities – collabs that many people wouldn’t even recognize at first glance.

Find out how different cities across the world have embraced the Air Max in the full post here.

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