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These Nike Air Maxes Are Taking Over On StockX

Since 1987, the Nike Air Max line has shown athletes and casual wearers alike that it is possible to walk on Air. The focus on performance innovation has impacted the way sneakers are worn across the world. Different regions and local markets have adopted Air Max models as their own, and now certain silhouettes are taking over the Air Max market like never before.

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Last summer, StockX crunched the numbers to identify which Air Max releases have appreciated the most over time and which have become more affordable since their release. Now, they dive deeper into the current landscape of the Air Max market to uncover the silhouettes that have taken over and much more.

Find out what’s causing the rise of Nike Air Max in the full post here.

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