Like any other viral trend, Nike's Air Max technology quickly spread across Europe just as fast as it infected athletes throughout the United States from the moment it dropped in 1987. Since then, the Air Max has been a regular on the feet of sneakerheads, runners, ballers, and those just looking for a casual and comfortable footwear option thanks to its ability to easy adapt to a life on the street from a pedigree of sport. To celebrate the impact that this silhouette has had on music, fashion, and society, Nike has chosen to fashion special edition kicks in honor of several European cities, beginning with this Milano Collection. Based on this historic city's tradition of craftsmanship, Nike presents the Air Max 97 2013, the Air Max 1, Air Max 97 and Air Max 90 done up in a rich suede with vibrant neon details, colored to match the muted tones of Milan's cityscape mixed with its rich fashion and art communities. The Nike Air Max “HomeTurf” Milano Collection is beginning to hit overseas stores now, so keep an eye out for these if you want in.