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Nike Air Max 360 Diamond Griff – Neo Turquoise – Volt

April 18, 2013 BY / 2

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It was quite an honor for Ken Griffey Jr. for one his Nike models to be used for the Jackie Robinson tribute colorways, with the Military-inspired “Come Out Swinging” concept being a tribute to Robinson’s service in World War II. Following up that monumental release is this new colorway of the newly released Nike Air Max 360 Diamond Griff, which features elements of various signature shoes and a contemporary upgrade of visible Dynamic Flywire; the Neo Turquoise/Volt-White package is a definite theme for Nike Sportswear’s sport-performance inspired releases like the Zoom Turf Jet ’97, but check out the close-up shots of this model below and let us know if the Diamond Griff pulls of Turquoise/Volt better than the Zoom Turf Jet ’97.

Nike Air Max 360 Diamond Griff
Neo Turquoise/Volt-White
580398-400
05/11/13
$170

 


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MikeProspert
MikeProspert

looks like Nike is taking ques from the Under Armour bb charge low lol

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