The Best Nike Air Max Packs

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The Nike Air Max series serves as one of the most acclaimed franchises in sneaker history. After more than establishing itself over the course of the late ’80s and the ’90s, the many models became subject to new colorways and all sorts of collaborations. On the eve of the “Country Camo” Pack release overseas, we decided to recall some of the best Air Max packs to ever release. Focusing only on packs that were entirely made up of Air Maxes, we take a look at the best of the best. Let us know your favorite Air Max packs, whether listed or unlisted, on Twitter and in the comment section.

“Crepe” Pack

Nike Air Max 1 Crepe Live Look

Year: 2004

Using the Air Max 1, Air Max 90 and Air Max Burst as a base, the famous “Crepe” Pack took premium tagging to another level. Each makeup sported the quoted composition on the outsole, backed by uppers that blended hues of blue and brown in hemp and suede fashion. Years later, Nike followed it up with a second crepe collection that featured the same soles in reserved fashion.

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