November 28, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 5
We still haven’t seen a more casually-oriented Leather editition for the Air Max+ 2012, perhaps due to the upper’s construction being so heavily based in Hyperfuse technology. Its upcoming sequel, the Nike Air Max+ 2013 also utilizes a Fuse-based upper that features a Dynamic Flywire fit, but this pair also evinces a couple features that might point to a ‘Leather’ tag, namely the perforated sockliner and its nubuck companion material on the tongue. So the (potentially Premium-level) ‘lifestyle’ Air Max 2013 might be defined by its inside instead of the traditional approach we’ve come to expect toward the end of the product cycle in recent years, but it’s easy to see how these have that go-to appeal in the navy/gold pair you’ll see in more detail after the jump.
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