Nike Release Air Max Inspired Boots

When past meets present: Introducing Nike Air Max influenced football boot colourways. Perfect for matching street style and on-pitch skills.

Image of Revolution Pack Mercurial Superfly

To celebrate Air Max Day - the 26th of March - Nike have released a throwback of a football boot collection, the Revolution Pack. The collection delivers several fresh boot colourways, each inspired by an iconic Air Max trainer.

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It's been 30 years since Nike revolutionised the sneaker scene with the introduction of the Air Max. 

Although the trainer technology quickly spread from running to basketball, training, tennis and casual wear shoes, it has never made it's way into football. Until today.

Nike Mercurial Superfly - Air Max 90

The Mercurial meets the classic Air Max 90 design. Image:

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Nike Hypervenom - Air Max 95

New killer boot technology from the HV3 combines with the old school design of the Air Max 95. Image:

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Nike Tiempo Legend - Air Max 1

Clean, classic and timeless, the Air Max 1 is the perfect partner for the Tiempo Legend. Image:

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Nike Magista Obra - Air Max 97

The street feel of the Air Max 97 teams up with the control of the Magista. Image:

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Each boot is available in firm-ground and Nike FootballX (indoor and astroturf) surface types, and will be worn by professional players over this weekend.

Indoor football has never looked so good. Image:

This isn't the first time Nike have merged the football boot and trainer world together, however.

In 2016, they resurrected the first Mercurial Vapor colourway, synonymous with Ronaldo in the 1998 World Cup. The brand reapplied this iconic colourway onto both the more modern Superfly model and Air Max trainers


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