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Nike Air Max 1 With Hologram, Sting-ray, and Mesh

December 27, 2013 BY / 2

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The Nike Air Max 1 Premium has claimed a monopoly on the two-tone midsole look for a shoe that had gone with a more standard presentation for over a quarter-century.  It’s the same way with the women’s pairs, but this one might be the most outrageous example to date pictured above.  These are dominated by a material whose texture mimics exotic stingray skin, a chocolate brown base that finds levity in a white toe, baby blue on a unique mesh material and orange on the outsole.  All of that color comes together on the hologram Swooshes that make these one of the more unique Air Max 1s on record, WMNS or otherwise, and quite the draw for those in the shipping zone now that they’re available from NikeStore UK.

Source: NikeStore UK

Nike WMNS Air Max 1 Premium
Style Code: 454746-103


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