April 15, 2012 BY John Kim / 17
Even in today’s era of smarter shoe-shoppers who have become keen with genuine products, counterfeits continue to be a thorn on the side of the ‘game’. One popular model that these fake-mongers have produced in hives is the faux-360 Max Air hybrids. Fake Air Jordans, Kobes, LeBrons, and Yeezys have been made with the counterfeit Air, so you might be thinking – “Are these counterfeits?”. This shoe you see here isn’t a fake, but a sample ‘hybrid’ that combines the Nike Zoom Huarache TR Mid upper with the 360 Max Air unit, and as seen with the sample Nike tag and Bo Jackson’s ‘BOOM’ detailing, these samples are the real deal. Technically speaking, these wouldn’t be a ‘Zoom’ shoe, but swapping it out for full-length Air Max isn’t a bad move at all; it gives the sneaker an aggressive look like Air Max TR1 360 without losing an ounce of comfort. Your thoughts on this funky-looking hybrid sample? Check out the detailed shots of this Huarache TR Mid Air Max 360 below and if you want ’em in your stash, this 11.5 sample is available now from thecoolshoeshine on eBay.
Immediate ankle sprains because the 360 raises the foot off the ground WAY too much and compromises stability for lateral movement-TRASH for 680?
The 360 bottom kinda defeats the purpose of Hurache shoes....light, flexible minimal...glad these didn't release cause they aren't all that
I love these shoes but those sole just ruin it! I remember selling these at footlocker when I was in highschool! loved them back then but these look horrible with those soles!
How is he gonna charge $680 for a fake air max fusion that you can buy for $60 online??? If he actually sells these I'm going to buy some fakes and flip em for $680!
thank god these didn't release, they look like shit and they would not have performed anywhere as good as the zoom based outsole, that 350 airbag is so stiff and inflexible.......
I'll just leave this here... http://www.complex.com/sneakers/2011/07/buyer-bew...
They GOTTA stop putting the 360 bubble on everything.... before you know it, they might actually START creating those fake retro jordans on facebook with the bubble bottoms smdh!