Nike’s Air Max boasts more height

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Nike’s Air Max boasts more height

Time: January 26, 2018 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: NEW YORK
Event Type: 2
Organized By: der mency
Latest Activity: Jan 26, 2018

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Nike’s Air Max boasts more height

Much like previous “Oreo 2.0” release, this VaporMax 2.0 nike air vapormax flyknit sports a mix of Black and White throughout its Flyknit constructed upper. Instead of going with a solid Black VaporMax outsole, this iteration includes a clear sole unit.

No word on a release date just yet, but you can get a better look at the Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 “Oreo” below. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates as they develop.

Nike’s Air Max nike air max 2017 270 chapter will officially begin on February 1st, 2018 as several colorways of the brand new lifestyle Air Max sneaker will officially hit stores. For the grand debut, Nike is opting for basic tonal uppers to accentuate the key highlight of the shoe – the new Air Max unit that boasts more height than any other Air unit in history. This “Hot Punch” colorway certainly stands out against the black-upper base, but if this doesn’t match up with your mood, there are other colors of 270 Air that will drop on 2/1 as well.

For instance, the introduction of the Air Max nike air max 180 in 1991 made the dream of running on air a reality. The 180 Max Air unit, with 180 degrees of visible air, allowed direct contact between the cushioning element and the pavement. Not only was it an advancement in Nike technology, it also forged a breakneck aesthetic. Additionally, the initial Ultramarine colorway has become an instantly recognizable Nike scheme. The Air Max 180 returns in OG form February 2.

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