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Nike Air Max 24/7 – Air Attack Pack

March 8, 2010 BY / 0

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Air Maxes are meant for the ground, but an airstrike of upcoming Nike releases will have you surrendering. We recently previewed the Nike Air Max 95 Air Attack Pack and Nike Air Max 1 Air Attack Pack; next in line is the soon-to-be-unveiled Nike Air Max 24/7 in a set of great colourways. The Air Max 24/7 is a hybrid of three great History of Air models – the 95, 97, and 360 – and should be a big hit in the upcoming season.

Like that of the AM1 Air Attack, five great colourways using a variety of materials will be available for purchase, and it looks like Nike isn’t stopping there. The Nike Air Attack Pack will also include the Air Max 90, Air Maxim 1, and a few other Nike Air Max models. The last time we were hit with an overwhelming assault of Air Max Heat was the Nike Air Max Powerwall of 2005. While the Powerwall Air Max Series was extremely limited, the availability of the Air Attack Pack will include Niketowns, Nike Stores, Nikestore.com and a few select retailers. Stick with Sneaker News for more info, and remember, you heard it here first!

Nike Air Max 24/7 – Air Attack Pack – Black/Black/Lilac

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