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Nike Air Trainer Max 91 – Black – Varsity Red | Available

August 30, 2010 BY / 0

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Think “early ’90s Nike midtops with in black and red with an ankle cutout” and you’re likely to conjure images of the Air Jordan VII and/or Huarache series.  Mention criss-crossing velcro straps from that same era, and you’re sure to picture the AJVIII.  But before any of those all-time greats got out the gate, the Nike Air Trainer Max 91 was in the weight room and out on the track.  This Trainer Max 91 was last retroed in 2005, and the beloved Bred colorup ensures these’ll fly off shelves again a half a decade later.  Check out a bunch of detailed images by clicking the jump below and grab yours today from CitySole or also on eBay.

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