They should have used zoom air or double stacked zoom air like (one of my favorites & best performing) the lobron II's.
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December 2nd, 2013 by Brendan Dunne / 3
You’re doing yourself a huge disservice if you’re the type of sneakerhead who is only interested in Basketball and Jordan Brand models when it comes to the Nike umbrella. Proving once more that they’ve got all kinds of interesting models being born in the running category is this preview of their Holiday 2013/Spring 2014 lineup. Included are the Nike Air Max 2014, that much anticipated Nike Flyknit Air Max, the Nike Air Max Lunar90, and more. Continue reading to check out the preview and let us know if you’ll be putting in miles in any of these models in the near future.