Nike Air Attack Pack – Retail Release Reminder

April 7, 2010 BY / 0

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The Nike Air Attack Pack will officially hit retail stores tomorrow; Sneakers News gave you a first look into the Air Attack Pack with in-depth preview of the great colorways and models, and tomorrow you’ll finally have the chance to cop yours. The headlining act of the Air Attack Pack is the Nike Air Max 24/7, a hybridized shoe designed with the Air Max 95, 97, and 2009 in mind, and thanks to the beautiful display at the Footaction on 34th St. and Broadway in NYC, we have some new images of what you can expect from this great collection. Available in five different colorways utilizing a variety of materials such as 3M, horsehair, a faux denim, and perforated leather, the Air Max 24/7 will set the hot summer off on the perfect note. The 24/7 is shaping up to be the biggest Air Max release of 2010, so check out Footaction in-store and online for the entire Air Max 24/7 Air Attack Pack, and look out for the other Air Attack releases hitting very select retailers this month.


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