Sports giant Nike's most pricey trainer yet, the Air Max 360, is due to hit the shelves tomorrow.

Air Max 360 is the first Air Max to contain all air instead of an air/foam mix in the middle sole.

The company claims the shoe provide athletes with the best movement support ever, because of its high level of cushioning.

Nike launched its first Air Max trainer back in 1987 after NASA scientist Frank Rudy came up with the idea of air cushioning.

The latest Air Max, which is an ounce lighter than its predecessor, is made using 'thermoforming' which helps shape air pockets and places them to support feet in the correct way.