The Nike Air Max line is and will always be a staple for the Nike brand. They have released some classic silhouettes from the Air Max 90's, 95's, to 97's. Although some silhouettes are more recognizable than others, all Air Max's have one thing in common, the air unit (bubble) on the bottom of each shoe. Although the air units may look different on each shoe, it is the reoccurring feature. In 2006, Nike launched the Air Max 360 which featured an air unit on the bottom of the shoe that could be seen all around the shoe (360 degrees). Now in 2018, Nike has revealed the Nike Air Max 720, which features an air unit that is visible in 360 degrees, both horizontally and vertically (hence the 720 name). In addition, the air unit of the 720 is made of 75% recycled manufacturing waste. Due to the heel volume displacement, the Air Max 720 also boasts the most spring out of any other shoe in the Air Max family. The first colorway, which was unveiled by Nike, is said to be inspired by the beauty of the Northern lights. Check out the only released image of the shoe below and let us know your thoughts!