On March 26, 2017, International Air Max Day, Nike unveiled its new Air VaporMax model with a completely revolutionary outsole. It differs from the vast majority by the absence of a mid-foam layer, giving the foot a previously unrecognized lightness and comfort. Coupled with a sporty silhouette made from breathable Flyknit technology, they quickly rose to become one of Nike's most sought-after models. One of the lightest sneakers in the world at the time of its introduction, the Nike Air Vapormax sneakers are an admired piece in every shoe collection.
A brilliant intersection of performance and style The words of Brett Holts, vice president of running shoes at Nike, speak volumes: The Nike Air VaporMax sneaker is the intersection of performance and style, delivering running benefits in a new, clean and modern aesthetic. Not to worry, though, even though the Nike Air Vapormax is primarily a running sneaker, its look has quickly made it popular as an everyday sneaker.
At Footshop, you can get the Nike Vapormax in both men's and women's sizes. Choose from black, white, or explore the full range of the first sneakers in the Air Max range, introduced with an Air-Sole air capsule across the entire sole.
Walk on a cloud. Take a walk in the Nike Air Vapormax.
Textile: is a lightweight material, which is offered in a very wide color scale and is mainly used for summer footwear.
Synthetics: unlike textile, synthetic fibers are stronger, more durable and quick-drying.
Rubber: a material that is very easy to maintain and you will appreciate it especially in rainy weather.
is used for products that are made using more environmently-friendly proceses which uses less water, energy and chemicals. Products with international certifications such as bluesign®, the 100 standard by OEKO-TEX® and MADE IN GREEN by OEKO-TEX® are placed under this label.
Products with this label are made mostly of recycled materials mostly made from old waste such as plastic bottles and clothes. These products has smaller environmental footprint thanks to processing more waste materials than virgin materials.