Toddler Nike Air Max Shoes
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When you think of Nike, you think of the Air Max. But it wasn’t always this way. In 1979, when Nike released the Air Tailwind, its first-ever sneaker with Air Sole, people were skeptical. Air? In a shoe?
Let’s just say Nike knew what it was doing. Athletes rely on the Air Sole to up their game, and that pocket of pressurized gas is a style statement.
Now, that unique style is available for your toddler.
Start their style journey right. They’ll be rocking the most iconic shoes, and they’ll have all the support and comfort to help their little feet along.
Begin with the Nike Air Max 95. It comes in four hip colors, ranging from pure black to eye-popping hyper jade. It’s the baby-sized version of the iconic Air Max 95, which first debuted in 1995 and remains one of the most beloved sneakers ever created. This one keeps the iconic style, while adding a special construction for the tiniest of feet, including an Air Max unit in the heel and mesh textile and a synthetic upper. Quick pull-lace loops complete the package.
There’s also the Nike Air Max 200, which has 200% more air for even more cushioning. The rippled design is inspired by lava and ocean waves, so it has the coolest look too. A rubber outsole provides durability and has traction to ensure your child stays on their feet at all times.
If you need all-weather kicks for your kiddo, try the Nike Air Max Goadome. Waterproof, this full-grain leather boot has Air Sole tech in the midsole, which supplies superior cushioning. A rugged and durable sole gives your kid maximum traction.
Do It All
If your squirt is a budding fashionista, then they have to go with the Air Max 270 RT. It’s got performance in the form of Nike’s tallest Air unit, with Nike Reach foam that provides all-day cushioning.
Or there’s the Nike Air Max Plus, which has been appealing to the eyes since its debut in 1998. This has the iconic look of graphic textile uppers, with gradient color fades and wavy TPU stripes for big-time flair. And it comes in colorways meant for the littlest of sneakerheads.
When you combine fashion with performance, you get something special: the Air Max.