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Nike may have opted out of its usual exclusive new drops for the fifth annual Air Max Day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t appreciate this much-loved sneaker franchise with some steezy new rotation additions. And, you may be very glad to know that platforms such as StockX and Stadium Goods are teeming with some of the steeziest Nike Air Max releases available for a fraction of what they once retailed for.

Lovers of all things Swooshed will know that March 26 marks the anniversary of the first ever Air Max 1 release. For those looking to build on their collection of this particular Nike silhouette, colorways currently selling for under their first release price at resale sites include the Easter-ready “Have a Nike Day” AM1 with multi-colored, pastel-hued upper, an “aqua” colorway of 2017, and a 2018 rendition of the classic “Curry” colorway – which has long been one of the most sought-after versions of the shoe.

Those looking to embrace the Air Max in all its retro glory needn’t look any further than the recent Light “University Gold” Air Max 2, now only $90 down from $140, while more futuristic models such as a black and purple Air Max 270, metallic two-toned Air Max 97, and even the mega-hyped Skepta-designed Air Max Deluxe of last year can all be copped at great value.

Peep our full selection of Air Max under retail below.

Air Max 1 Premium Retro

Nike

$80

Air Max 1

Nike

$115

Air Max 1

Nike

$117

Nike Air Max 1

Nike

$100

Air Max 1

Nike

$115

Air Max 2 Light 'University Gold'

Nike

$80

Air Max2 Light 'Dolphins'

Nike

$79

Air Max 90/1

Nike

$90

Air Max 95

Nike

$117

Air Max 97

Nike

$155

Air Max Plus 97

Nike

$106

Air Max 97

Nike

$100

Air Max 97

Nike

$125

Air Max 98

Nike

$115

Air Max 270

Nike

$124

Air Max Deluxe

Nike x Skepta

$60

Air Max Plus OG

Nike

$120

This year, Nike hails in a new chapter for Air Max Day by seeking to unify sneaker culture around a shared passion for change with its “Give Fresh Air” campaign. Stay tuned into its plans to champion one of the largest sneaker drives in modern history here.

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  • Curated by: Yulia Pankova
E-Commerce Editor
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