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In following up on the recent interview with Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker — collectively referred to as “HTM” where the trio of reputable designers detailed the collaborative HTM series, Nike added a slew of Air Max HTM options to their NIKEiD design platform. In order to help you with your customisation, the base design of each model represents a particular signature from one of the three individual designers.

The Air Max 95 features neutral hues inspired by Fujiwara and fragment design’s signature releases, while the Air Max 1 looks to France’s Centre Pompidou, where Tinker came up with the concept of visible air. Lastly, the Air Max Air Max 2014 Flyknit points toward’s Mark Parker’s love of nature and its limitless possibilities.

Ranging from $160 USD to $265 USD, you can begin customizing your own Air Max HTM designs, courtesy of NIKEiD.

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