September 27, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 8 c
The Air Max+ 2013 has been at the top of the Nike Running food chain for a good while now, but built into its very name is the fact that another shoe will soon replace it. You are now looking at that very design, the Nike Air Max 2014 with its first appearance in the wild revealing a variety of graphic elements. Up top, the Hyperfuse upper accommodates a series of squiggly lines not totally dissimilar to the Free Flyknit that rules the roost when it comes to lightweight barefoot runners. Down below is a two-tone Max Air cushion we’ve seen on the 2013, and we’re excited to see how both of these might evolve through the product cycle. Stick with Sneaker News for release info on the Air Max 2014 and let us know if your first impression leads you to buy one of the samples available from initia_nova on eBay.
Tags: Nike Air Max 2014
oh man i had such higher expectations for next years model.. the fuse and the two tone layering just dont look that great..... was honestly hoping for some sought EM version of the 2013 maybe with some flyknit
hyperfuse is by far the worst material made for a running shoe. its highly uncomfortable and restrictive