Grime has always had a thing for Nike. From the very beginning, Nike and the Air Max sneaker were an integral part of the uniform for anyone who was involved in the UK music movement. Tangible moments like Dizzee's Boy In Da Corner cover art helped sky-rocket the look of grime into the mainstream, burning the image of a black tracksuit and matching Air Max's into the minds of millions. When the aesthetic began re-emerging a few years ago, some people were happy, and others were left wondering when it ever went away. But one thing's for certain: it's a strong look. In this video, directed by Grace Ladoja, Boy Better Know's Skepta and Novelist of The Square take a look back at their roots and how Nike and Air Max became a part of their lives. Watch it exclusively above.