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Nike Air Max 1 iD – New Options Available

August 23, 2010 BY / 0

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The perks of being inside one the Nike iD Studios instead of making up your pair online? Besides the obvious factor of being able to see the colors in person, you get more options as well – stretching out the Nike iD possibilities into near infinity. Available now for the Nike Air Max 1 at the Nike iD Studio at 21 Mercer and Niketown are new material options such as rip-stop mesh, woven pinstriped fabric, boot leathers, and a Crepe sole (seen on the Air Max 1 Crepe), and an updated color palette. These new brand options are typically available for a limited time period so don’t miss out by reserving your appointment at either Nike iD Studio location. via FRESHNESS.

Update: Woven Striped Fabric has been pushed back til November 19th, 2010.

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