Air Max Day 2020: Here’s Why The Sneaker Will Never Go Out Of Style

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For the sneakerheads and fashionista’s, Air Max Day could be considered a national holiday. Every year on March 26th, several people take to social media to pay homage to Nike’s most iconic sneaker by showing off their Air Max collection or sharing a photo of their favorite pair. The shoe is acknowledged on this specific day because, on March 26, 1987, Nike officially debuted the Air Max 1, which showcased the Swoosh’s now-iconic Air technology through a side visibility window. For Air Max Day 2020, Nike honored the sneaker by sharing countless variations over the years that paved the way for the future Air including, the recent Air Max 90 Flyease and the Air Max Verona.

For the sneaker’s 33rd anniversary the celebration was certainly no different. However, the ladies did step it up a notch by creatively styling their favorite pair of Air Maxes. Over the years, women have proved that they can be sneakerheads too. Women usually acknowledge Air Max Day, because Nike has made it a priority to remain inclusive by not only creating sneakers for women but also elevating the designs and emphasizing comfort. Thanks to brands like Nike, the girls continue to make several fashion statements with kicks and have shown that it is possible to have fun with your footwear.

Here’s how the ladies styled their favorite pair:

@thebrittanyb_ 

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@brooklynpetite

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@tesscecyl

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@victoriouslogan

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@tylauren

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@brianicollee

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@thenotoriouskia

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@bythemil

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@paigeshari

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@bronniee

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