Nike Air Max 2012 – Anthracite – Total Orange

April 21, 2012 BY / 2

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Has the Nike Air Max+ 2012 helped you make good on your New Year’s Resolutions?  The latest Air Max running flagship has been going strong with new colorways since its January lanuch, so even if you haven’t been eating more vegetables or learned how to pull off that elusive cartwheel, Nike Running still has a few more motivational tricks up its sleeve.  This new Air Max 2012 pairs Anthracite and Tonal Orange in a way that keeps their merger to the Fuse ventilated sections, a pattern following after the Dark Grey/Chrome Yellow edition and vaguely similar to the Huarache Frees that have done so well this spring.  So between designs like these and the truly blended AM2012 colorups, we have quite a few options when it comes to novel color combos; how does this style compare to all the others?  You’ll see more images after the jump to aide your decision, then look for these at select retailers like FinishLine.

Nike Air Max 2012
Anthracite/Total Orange-White-Black
487982-008


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Hater Aide

Want!!!!!!!!!!! Too bad retail for AM's is way too high.

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