Who should buy the Nike Air Max Guile

This pair of Nike sneakers is perfect for you if:

  • You are a running enthusiast as this pair is perfect for running
  • You are thinking to buy a breathable shoe for great comfort

Nike Air Max Guile logo

Features of Nike Air Max Guile

Of course, what would Nike Air Max Guile shoes be without the Air-Sole units which are the star of the show? The visible air units keep the shoes comfortable but light, able to see you through hours of action.

Nike Air Max Guile upper

It doesn't hurt that the sneakers have a top-notch retro style as well that enables the shoes to blend seamlessly with varied outfits, and excellent shades to choose from.

History of Air Max Guile

The story of the Air Max Guiles is the story of the Air Max.

Nike’s Air cushioning technology was first introduced in 1979, but it wasn’t until eight years later that the Air Max Is would be born. Nike’s Air Max Is used this air cushioning technology. 

Nike Air Max Guile collar

The 1990s was a fruitful year for the Air Max. That decade saw the release of many Air Max models along with three iconic ones: the Air Max 90s, Air Max 95s, and Air Max 97s, each with a very different look.

Nike Air Max Guile style

Towards the end of 2017, Nike added another Air Max model to its vast Air Max line. The Air Max Guile silhouette had a simplified design and minimalist look.

Nike Air Max Guile lace

The sneakers’ uppers featured a textured design, which took inspiration from the original Nike Air Max. The first release had a very subtle color of monochromatic grey mixed with white accents on the midsoles and Swoosh logos.

Nike Air Max Guile midsole

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Nike Air Max, Nike Air
Closure: Laces
Material: Suede, Mesh, Rubber Sole / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer
Features: Breathable

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.