Air Max Safari
1987 was a very good year. Legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield designed two bangers that would revolutionise the sneaker game forever. The Air Max 1 in its classic red and blue came equipped with the very first visible airbag. Once people could see the tech they couldn't help but get a pair just to feel the cush. Arguably, this is the shoe that turned jogging into running. That very same year Nike dropped a bomb called the Air Safari, a wild looking little monster that sported a crazy print, combined with an eye-popping, black and orange colour-up. These wild bunnies not only performed, they drove people bananas and everyone copped a pair thinking they were Dr Livingston adeptly navigating the deepest, darkest jungle.