The shoe that started it all: Nike’s signature shoe has a special history that goes back to the early days of the company.
When the company launched the Air Max line in 1983, it was the first shoe to use a shoe with an elastic sole and a removable sole.
The Air Max 2 and Air Max 3 were a step forward for the company, with the former adding a mesh sole and the latter a removable leather upper.
These shoes were the first to be produced in a single color, and the company’s first collaboration with a designer.
Nike’s flagship shoe was called the Air Jordan 1, which was released in 1991.
Nike didn’t stop there, the company eventually started selling other shoes called the Nikes.
But the shoe that made all of that happened on August 14, 2002, when Nike launched its first Nike+ line.
It’s called the Houdin Sportswears, and while it’s been in the running for a while, it’s still the best-selling sneaker line in history.