Air Max Economiche Now available at Foot Patrol is this White, Total Orange, and Metallic Silver Nike Air Max 98. Returning to the sneaker scene just a week before Air Max day, the classic silhouette is back in full effect. Looking just as good as it did when it first released back in 1998, this colorway kicks the models retro run off in a major way. Continue reading after the jump to check out some up close and personal shots at this latest drop and make sure you head over to Foot Patrol right now to place your orders. Be sure to keep checking with SneakerFiles to find out when these joints will arrive here in the states.Via Foot Patroldayum i need theseNeed these in my life
Air Max Billige Iridescent has been used more than average this year on Nike’s. Most of the pairs that received it were retros or women’s models. Now we can add one more retro, this time the pair chosen is more popular than its predecessors, the Air Max 90.While they feature a strong black presence using leather and mesh on the toe box and around the collar, iridescent makes its way onto the swoosh, tongue tag and at the beginning of the tongue. White is drizzled through the midsole.An Air Odyssey boosting the same theme appeared online a couple weeks ago, but has yet to hit the States, so it is possible that the Nike Air Max 90 Iridescent may not as well or we have to wait a bit longer. Check out a few more images below.Source: SF
Air Max Economiche The Volt/Black-White colorway of the Nike Air Max+ 2012 continues to roll out to Nike Sportswear locations as the Air Max flagship model is now available in-store from Concepts for $170.