|This series has been discontinued.|
Its products cannot be purchased in retail stores.
The Aero series was a rather short-lived series, as it began and ended within two years. It only had one blaster, which was a re-release of the 1992 Original Nerf NB-1 Missile Blaster, as well as one product.
Strangely, the series was never advertised in any of Nerf's catalogs.
Interestingly, the series was involved with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) in order to create a glider toy that would fly extremely far. This experiment took place in 1997, and the Gliders product was launched with two variations after months of research.
|1970s||Nerf Animal • Nerf Classic Fighter • Nerf Critter • Nerf Glider • Nerf-Mobile|
|1980s||Hot Shot • Motorman • Nerfuls • Original Nerf|
|1990s||Aero • AirJet Power • AirJet Power Plus • Ambush Rip Rockets • Cyber Stryke Gear • Head 2 Head • Hydro • Hyper Rip Rockets • Hyper Sight • Max Force • Max Force 2112 • Mega Blitz • Nerf Action • Nick & Nerf • Rip Rockets • SuperMAXX|
|2000s||2003 series • Action Blasters • Air Tech • Atom Blasters • Ball Blasters • Dart Tag • Lazer Tag • N-Force • Power Nerf|
|2010s||Alien Menace • Combat Creatures • Firevision Ignite • Firevision Sports • Rebelle|
|Sub-series||Biosquad • Charmed • Clear Series • Code Red Collection • Elite Repaint • Gear Up • Koosh Vortex • Light It Up • Multishot Madness • Pro Nerf • Red Strike • Remix • Secrets & Spies • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Sonic Series • Super Stripes Collection • Switch Shots • Whiteout Series • Z.E.D. Squad|