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Nike Air Max EM “Sunrise Pack”

January 8, 2013 BY / 6

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Nike’s new Engineered Mesh textile is ready to take over the Sportswear heritage of Running footwear as we get a first look at Nike Air Max EM ‘Sunrise Pack’ in its entirety. Inspired by an early-80’s set of the Nike Running called the ‘Flame’ Pack, which featured the Nike Omega, Mulyr, Metro, and Track Racer, the Sunrise Pack features the entire History Of Air line-up done in Engineered Mesh style. Concordantly, we also get a first look at the Air Classic BW, Air 180, and Air Max 2009 built in this style, so check out the gallery of images below and look out for these at Nike Sportswear retailers this Spring.

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Filed under: Air Classic BW Air Max 1 Air Max 90 Air Max 95 Air Max 97 Nike Air Max Upcoming Sneakers

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6 comments
RobZtar
RobZtar

Wait, where's the Free 2? I know there is one! I saw them at Foot Locker!

umdaman
umdaman

...those 09s got my attention.



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