Nike Air DT Max ’96 – Arriving at Retailers

September 26th, 2013 by / 3

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The Deion Sanders signature training line has gotten significant attention from Nike Sportswear in recent years, with a nice variety of models and colorways releasing more frequently than just about any other comparable athlete’s turf shoes. His first Max-cushioned shoe returns this weekend after a short three-year hiatus, with the Nike Air DT Max ’96 hitting store shelves in two familiar styles. One is the OG black/white edition with gold accents, the other, a flip on the red/white colorup last seen in 2010. There’s no better time for these to pop up with the NFL season nearing its quarter pole, and you’ll find them in stock this Saturday at NSW stores like Politics.

Nike Air DT Max ’96
Color: Varsity Red/Black-White
Style Code: 316408-600
Release Date: 09/28/13
Price: $135

Color: Black/Varsity Maize-White
Style Code: 316408-003
Release Date: 09/28/13
Price: $135

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3 comments
Wyatt100
Wyatt100

did deion wear the blac/white/gold colorway with the cowboys? or did he just wear it in a blue/white colorway for the team colors?

FuckinTheWorld_
FuckinTheWorld_

Still have mine from 2011 looking good. Gonna suck seeing everybody wearing these again

a215m30
a215m30

Me too. I was thinking the same thing... Pissed

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