March 9, 2011 BY Aaron Kr. / 0
The Nike Air Max 360 BB Low just might be the most advanced Nike Basketball shoe to date, and it’s surprising that it isn’t even a signature basketball shoe for one of Nike’s top basketball athletes. Combining a basketball-specific 360 Max-Air cushioning unit, a one-piece composite Flywire shell, a Fuse ventilated toe-box, and TPU-enforced heel counter, the Nike Air Max 360 BB Low is jam-packed with proven Nike technology and is ready to tear up the basketball courts this Summer. Sneaker News first showed you the Nike Air Max 360 BB Low last Fall, providing a sneak peek at what to expect for the release of this upcoming performance basketball shoe.
Here we have a detailed look at four upcoming releases we’ll call the ‘Focus’ Pack; all four pairs feature a special insole with a graphic of an NCAA bracket, hinting at a possible connection to the upcoming annual NCAA March Madness Tournament. The word ‘Focus’ can be seen vaguely through the translucent outsoles, which match the uppers in color which a have pastel-like theme. The Air Max 360 BB Low draws many similarities to last year’s Air Max LeBron VII Low, but unlike the Air Max LeBron VII Low, the 360 BB Low will see for more use on the basketball courts as these are expected to be one of Nike’s top performers of the year. Continue reading for a detailed look at the Nike Air Max 360 BB Low ‘Focus’ Pack and stick with Sneaker News for more updates regarding this exciting and highly-anticipated upcoming release because we’ve got a lot more on the way.
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