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Sneakers May 9, 2018   |  WORDS: Amirul Shazzani

Cast Your Vote: 18 Nike On Air Finalists Imagine Their City’s Next Air Max

The Nike On Air sneaker design program centers on designs inspired by six of the world’s major cities.

Nike On Air
A sneaker design competition to best represent each city

Update: May 14, 1pm (GMT+8)

Nike has announced the winning ‘On Air’ designs from each of the six cities that will enter into production. Check out which sneakers made it in the gallery below.

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The six winners will continue their Nike On Air journey and work with the brand’s product development and marketing team to see their winning designs evolve from just an idea to final product.

Which design is your favorite? Leave a comment below.

Nike taps on the imagination of sneakerheads once again to create an Air Max that best represents their city.

Thousands came up with their very own concepts, but the selection has been whittled down to just 18 designs – three from each city – submitted by locals from New York, Seoul, London, Paris, Tokyo and Shanghai.

Check out all of the 18 designs below and discover more about the finalists’ designs.

New York City finalists

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Seoul finalists

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London finalists

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Tokyo finalists 

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Paris finalists

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Shanghai finalists

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One winner in each city

Out of the 18 Nike On Air designs that were selected by a panel of judges consisting of Nike designers and city ambassadors, only six will ultimately go from concept to actual production. Once again, the winners depend on the public’s votes.

Cast your votes

You can make a difference by voting for your favorite designs from each city: Paris, London, New York, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo. The voting round is currently ongoing and will close on May 13 at 11.59pm PST (May 14, at 2.59pm, Singapore Time). You may vote more than once, but you can only vote once a day. So, if you see a design that you really like, better make every day count by voting on the Nike On Air page.

Which design takes the win for you? Let us know in the comments below.

All images: Nike

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