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Nike Air Max Plus “Camo Pack”

March 17, 2013 BY / 3

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The trendy camouflage print is pretty much everywhere nowadays, so ironically, it’s the plain-colored shoes that would probably be easier to spot on the street. Camo is hitting even the most obscure models (in today’s standards), but those who are in the know realize that the Nike Air Max Plus is a sure-fire classic – we even picked it as one of the 25 iconic Air Max shoes in a recent feature and one of our own editors picked it as one of his personal favorites of all-time. While Tuned Air is no longer in business, it fiercely shaped the way Air Max is done today and inspired the specially-engineered Air bags to be more specific to sport. These two Foot Locker EU exclusive releases utilize a camo-like print on the upper in two distinct colorways, so check them out below and do some overseas shopping if you need these.


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LynnMinmei
LynnMinmei

They should just retro the Hyper Blues



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