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Nike Air Max 1 Essential – Grey – Ultramarine – Seal Red

January 1, 2013 BY / 3 c

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The Nike Air Max 1 Essential is all about getting back to basics, letting the original visible Air release’s traditional form shine with relatively simple colorways. The latest with retail implications is one of the 2013 pairs we previewed back in October, a grey suede and mesh affair whose Ultramarine and Seal Red accents create connections to the original Air 180 (which itself is forthcoming as part of the Air Max OG collection). Stick with Sneaker News to see if the ’13 AM1s top 2012’s 25th anniversary output and pre-order this pair today before they ship in February from Titolo.

Nike Air Max 1 Essential
Medium Grey/Ultramarine-Dark Grey-Seal Red
537383-006

 

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3 comments
BKE420
BKE420

dig the cw. am 1's all day. essentials and premiums. premium 1's quality control is pathetic. mismatched suedes are far from premium.

namiazkiaz
namiazkiaz

Where is my f*cking CHILI Nike????????? 

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