10 The Best Air Max Shoes
Updated on: May 2023
The Best Air Max Shoes in 2023
Nike Women's Reax Run 5 Running Shoes White/Metallic Silver/Dark Grey 9.5
Nike Women's Air Max 270 React Casual Shoes, Black/White-black, 8.5
- Style#: AT6174-004
- The eye-catching Max Air 270 unit and Nike React foam midsole deliver unrivaled, all-day comfort from heel to toe.
- Nike React technology delivers an extremely smooth ride, reduces weight and adds flexibility. Knit fabric provides a lightweight fit and feel.
- Lightweight, layered materials create a modern aesthetic.
- Speed lacing system with traditional tongue
Nike Men's Revolution 4 Running Shoe, Black/Black, 13 Regular US
- MEN'S RUNNING SHOES: Molded pods offer multi-surface traction. Pods flatten on impact then spring back at toe-off creating a piston effect that delivers responsive cushioning.
- ATHLETIC SHOES: Soft foam midsole delivers lightweight, responsive cushioning. Underlays in the vamp and toe tip offer support and structure for a comfortable ride.
- CORE PERFORMANCE: Minimal in design running shoes. Full-length rubber outsole provides durable traction and cushioning to run longer.
- LIGHTWEIGHT SHOE: No-sew overlays along the midfoot and eyestays provide durability while keeping the shoe lightweight. Single-layer mesh upper for optimal breathability.
- NIKE MEN'S SHOE: Imported, synthetic and rubber sole
Nike Men's Air Max Torch 4 Running Shoes, Anthracite/Metallic Silver-Black, 10 D(M) US
- TPU overlays provide targeted support for a snug, secure fit.
- Breathable mesh in the upper for ventilation and cooling.
- Phylon midsole in the forefoot for lightweight cushioning.
- Visible Max Air unit under the heel maximizes cushioning.
- Waffle fill outsole for durable, multi-surface traction.
Nike Women's Air Max Motion 2 Running Shoes, 10, Black/Photo Blue-Hyper Pink
- Rubber sole
- U-shaped Max Air unit provides visual impact and a cushioned underfoot feel.
- Breathable mesh upper with no-sew skins for enhanced durability; Large TPU heel clip draws inspiration from the Air Max 278
- Outsole features rubber in the heel for enhanced durability and Injected Unit (IU) foam in the forefoot for a soft feel
- Thin, low-profile tongue and traditional lacing secure the fit.
Nike Men's Air Max Dynasty 2 Running Shoe Anthracite/Metallic Cool Grey/Black Size 10.5 M US
- Heel Max Air unit delivers excellent impact absorption.
- Flywire cables integrate with the laces for adaptive support.
- Soft foam midsole delivers lightweight, responsive cushioning.
- Full-length mesh panels provide lightweight support and a close, comfortable fit.
- Environmentally preferred rubber in a Waffle outsole is durable and provides great multi-surface traction.
Nike Men's Air Max Typha 2 Training Shoes (10, Black/White)
Nike Womens Air Max Thea Mid Hi Top Trainers 859550 Sneakers Shoes (US 7, ale Brown sail 200)
- Laceless construction; mid-top cut
- Visible air cushioning in sole
- Seamless molded leather upper
- Lelastic at the ankle provides a secure fit that is easy to put on and take off
Nike AIR MAX ZERO ESSENTIAL MENS running-shoes 876070-100_10 - WHITE/WHITE-WOLF GREY-PURE PLATINUM
- Brand: Nike
- Style: Fitness & Cross-Training
- Materials: Synthetic upper / Manmade outsole
- Toe Style:
- Closure Type: Lace Up
Nike Mens Air Max 90 Lifestyle Shoes (9) Black/Metallic Gold
- Brand New
- 100% Authentic
- Original Packaging
Michael Goes Shoe Buying: Two Pair is Not Enough
Most women have a large number of shoes in the closet. I do not follow that paradigm. No, I as a man need two pair max. The women in my life don't see it that way.
Every year there's a stinkiest tennis shoe contest held in the USA.
I've been thinking that I should enter.
Well, maybe not the stinky division, but I could compete in the "rattiest" tennis shoe contest and I could be competitive.
Now, I must admit, I'm no connoisseur of recreational footwear, nor would I claim that moniker. I only own two pairs of shoes, one dress and the infamous tennies.
I'm not what you could call a clothes horse,or shoe horse, I guess.
So I received a gift certificate from family to get new shoes and ventured out on a footwear shopping adventure.
Now to some women, being in the market for a new pair of pumps may rival a chocolate covered truffle-a-thon, but for a man, or at least THIS man, shoe shopping ranks just below root canal and a skosche above dirty diaper duty.
So, off we go to the shoe-a-torium to peruse the available styles and colors. I must admit the entire experience was relatively painless. I found the shoes I wanted in minutes, tried them on and was ready to head out the door.
But here's where the disturbing part of the story begins.
The guy who's selling me the shoes begins a detailed examination of my old ratty tennis shoes. He held them up to the light like a gemologist determining the clarity of a diamond
To be honest, I feared he was about to bury his face between the laces and take in a big whiff of Michael tootsies, nothing I would wish on anyone.
Fortunately, that wasn't the case.
No, he seemed content to give the offensive tennie the once over like Inspector Clouseau.
Then; *gasp* to my horror he began to box up my old tennis shoes. Not being one that is learned in the etiquette of shoe shopping, I innocently and quickly blurted "hey, I want to keep those".
To which he replied "Yes sir I was boxing them so you could take them."
But I could tell by the amused, you're a moron, smirk on his face, and that of my Rebbecca, that my initial reaction to the possibility of losing an old ratty pair of tennis shoes to the waste bin of shoedom was perhaps a bit hasty.
So anyway, I have my new wonderful pair of walking shoes and have increased my footwear options to three, though I don't think I'm allowed anywhere in the old ones, unless it's behind a lawn mower.