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Nike Air Max reinvented the Running Sneaker with the unprecedented visible Air bag with the Air Max 1, but what followed was a string of groundbreaking designs penned by the world’s greatest footwear architects in history. Nike has displayed a strong effort in giving these classic models an honorable tribute, most notably with the late-2005 celebration of ‘History of Air’, which focused on the Air Max 1, Air Max 90, Air 180, Air Max 93, Air Max 95, and Air Max 97 – all leading up to the 2006 debut of the first-ever 360-degree Max Air unit in the Air Max 360. We’ve revisited those models plenty of times and even today, Nike Sportswear continues to depend on those heritage models to keep the spirit alive, but how about the other annual models that haven’t seen much sun? This week, Sneaker News will focus on five different Air Max models that are equally as magnificent as the headlining bunch, but not nearly as recognized. We’ll kick things off with the Air Total Max from 1996, or better recognized as the Air Max 96.