Air Max Day 2018 is upon us and, in between all of the hyped releases, we bring you some of Nike’s most iconic silhouettes reimagined with Max Air technology.

When it comes to made up sneaker holidays, Air Max Day is one of the biggest, consisting of hyped releases like the ACRONYM x Nike Air VaporMax and the Sean Wotherspoon Nike Air Max 1/97.

Because Nike has been on a hybrid wave for a minute now, graphic designer Chad Manzo picked 15 of his favorite Nike sneakers and paired each with an existing Air sole unit.

The resulting mashups include the Air Mowabb 95, ACRONYM x Nike Presto 93 “Menthol,” and what will likely be a highly controversial OFF–WHITE x Nike Air Jordan 1 270.

Flip through his creations above and let us know your thoughts on some of these mockup hybrids in the comments. Would you want to see any of these hybrids become reality?

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