Nike's Air Max Day is right around the corner. Air Max technology was first introduced on March 26, 1987, and has been iconic ever since. So every year, Nike celebrates its cushioning technology with a number of exclusive Air Max releases.

This year, the Swoosh will pay homage to past Air Max iterations — such as the Air Max Verona and Air Max 90 "Flyease" — and has decked out its Air Max Day offering in eye-catching colorways ranging from metallic gold to the atmos-inspired “Duck Camo” pack.

Below, you'll find every Air Max sneaker releasing on Air Max Day 2020. As with most Nike releases, each sneaker will be released on the SNKRS app as well as select retailers.

Nike Air Max 2090

Arriving in gray and pink colorways, the Nike Air Max 2090 features details inspired by solar-powered and electric vehicles. The gray model will be available in unisex and kids sizes, while the "Lava" pink model will come exclusively in women's sizing.

Nike Air "Metallic" Pack

The "Metallic" Air Max 90, originally exclusive to the Swoosh’s "Nike By You" online customization tool, is now receiving an Air Max Day release. This time, the pack arrivers in women's and toddler's sizes, along with shiny yellow gold, rose gold, and silver colorways.

Nike Air "Duck Camo" Pack

atmos’ iconic duck camo print sees a comeback for Air Max Day 2020, albeit updated slightly. The duck camo pattern was originally seen on the atmos x Nike Air Max 90 in 2013 and quickly became one of the most popular Air Max 90s of the ’10s. Now it has been applied to both the Air Max 90 (flipping the black and infrared color blocking) and the Air Max 2090.

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