Nike debuted its Air Max sneaker in 1987, featuring a visible air-cushioning unit in the sole designed to absorb shock and—more importantly, some may say—look really cool.I bought a shoe to my. girlfriend .
Now we will look at it closely.
Most of the vapormax series of shoes use a white shoe box, and the hooks on the shoe box are also large.
The logo looks cool .We can see the same kind of box side too
There are the details of side
This latest silhouette features plush Air Max cushioning across the entire foot and Nike’s ultra-flexible Flyknit upper. The first thing I noticed when I put the shoes on was how comfortable they felt. I took a few bounces in them, and was also impressed by their light-as-a-feather feel. As I started my run, I was amazed by how bouncy they felt—it was as though I had lined up a bunch of trampolines and leapt from one to the next.
If you are a fan of Nike Air, are in the market for a new pair of kicks, and are cool with a bit of a splurge, then I would definitely consider these. They’re light, bouncy, and flexible—and they have 30 years of design innovation behind them. Sounds like a winner to us!
I took a few bounces in them, and was also impressed by their light-as-a-feather feel.
For the material :
Air VaporMax’s upper is much better. Flyknit’s one-piece woven upper and Dynamic Flywire’s dynamic flying line technology are Nike’s signature upper technology, so the fit and stretch of the entire upper is naturally feeling .
To be honest, the first time you wear Air VaporMax, you will feel a stiff feeling that you have never had before. Because there is no flat foam midsole transition, the feeling of directly stepping on the air cushion is still somewhat different. In particular, the air cushion of the forefoot is hard, and the exaggerated design of the large groove of the sole is sometimes suspected of stepping on a pair of football spikes. This strange feeling takes a while to adapt. After running through, Air VaporMax is lighter in overall walking feel when walking or running.
For traditional running shoes, because of the existence of the solid midsole, the supporting part is often directly visible to the naked eye. However, for Air VaporMax, the air cushion is invisible and runs for the wearer. Psychologically easier to feel insecure.
New VaporMaxes, like I’m being propelled forward a teensy bit—and there’s no strain or annoying rubbing anywhere. The only thing I’m worried about is whether something sharp will pop one of the air bubbles.
After I lace them up, I do a slow jog down to the mirror. It feels…bouncy, like jogging on a trampoline. “The idea is to help give you a spring forward when you run,” the Nike employee explains. It definitely feels different, but the more I test them out, the more I like them.
The first thing I noticed when I put the shoes on was how comfortable they felt. I took a few bounces in them, and was also impressed by their light-as-a-feather feel. As I started my run, I was amazed by how bouncy they felt—it was as though I had lined up a bunch of trampolines and leapt from one to the next.
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The cushioning system is especially notable for its lack of foam—the traditional midsole is gone and the Flyknit upper sits directly on top of the Air bag. In removing a layer separating the foot and the sole, Nike hopes to address a design issue that’s been there for years.
As a running shoe, Air VaporMax is indeed supported, and the feeling of this support is also obvious during the actual running. In the long-distance test of one and a half horses, we obviously felt the obvious difference of the support of Air VaporMax with the change of distance. This support is the strongest and appropriate in the stage of 5km~12km, but after 12km, The effect of the support begins to decay, and the relatively independent air cushion also begins to have some unstable feelings. Especially for the runners who are used to the forefoot running, the feeling of the forefoot will become somewhat unassuming and elusive. The stability also has a certain degree of decline..
Air VaporMax has better support reliability than the forefoot. The classic horseshoe-shaped heel design has been proven to be the best sole shape in the traditional running shoes era. Therefore, the horseshoe-shaped air cushion naturally adds stability to the support .Compared with the cushioning effect of the Air Max cushion structure in the past, the newly designed full air cushion structure still shows the cushioning performance that can be used. We can compare the dynamic map of the following VaporMax air cushion and other midsole structures
There are more details as below :
The outer bottom of the VaporMax air cushion is a very hard friction granule. These parts that are directly in contact with the ground have superior wear resistance. From the wear level of the sole after 100 km, it can be seen that there is almost no outer bottom part of the sole. damage. However, this sturdy outsole will also bring another hidden danger. The too hard outsole will directly affect the grip of the running shoes on the slippery ground. If it is raining, it is recommended to wear it carefully.
The first thing I noticed when I put the shoes on was how comfortable they felt. I took a few bounces in them, and was also impressed by their light-as-a-feather feel. As I started my run, I was amazed by how bouncy they felt—it was as though I had lined up a bunch of trampolines and leapt from one to the next. Another standout feature: the grip. Surprisingly, those air bags on the soles really grab the ground.
Nike has retooled and reimagined the innovative design, releasing dozens of versions of the now-iconic shoe that’s beloved by sneakerheads and athletes alike. A variety of new Air Max shoes are now available on Nike.com, and on March 25—one day before Air Max Day—Nike will release a running shoe called the Air VaporMax.