The Air Max 1 wasn’t the first shoe to use Nike’s technologically advanced air cushioning system. That honor falls to trailblazers like the Tailwind, the almighty Air Force 1 and 1982’s Air Ace.
However, 1987’s Air Max 1 was the first to bare its innards to all with its ‘visible air’ window. Despite the technology, they still manage to look ultra-cool even to this day.
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