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Social Status x MAX100 x Nike Air Max 1 – Second Half Revealed

September 10, 2012 BY / 4

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Last week Sneaker News filled you in on five of the ten designs of the Social Status x MAX100 project (preview all five here). Today, the second half of the set has been revealed; using Nike iD as a starting point for these designs, MAX100 author Matt Stevens closely matched the colorways of the five selected designs, like the ‘Steak’ and the ‘High Voltage’ colorways. The charity auctions for all ten designs will begin on Saturday, September 15th. Continue on for a look at the second half of designs from the Social Status x MAX100 x Nike Air Max 1 project below and let us know which of the five you like best! We’ll fill you in on more details regarding the auction later this week.

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DominicD
DominicD

@heat_meiser I see what you did there

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