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Nike Air Force Max CB2 – Cool Grey – White – Black – Vivid Pink

February 27, 2014 BY / 2

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Charles Barkley’s Nike sneakers were a chunky bunch in their original form, but that doesn’t mean they have to stay that way forever. And they’re not – the sneakers have gotten a little more modern in 2014 with the advent of the Nike Air Force Max CB2 Hyperfuse that replaces the traditional leather sections with some Hyperfuse paneling. The next up colorway for the shoes in question is this cool grey version, which flips between white, black, and vivid pink in its accenting tones. Take a better look below and watch for these Air Force Max CB2 remixes to hit tomorrow at spots like Finishline.

Source: Finishline

Nike Air Force Max CB2 Hyperfuse
Color:
Cool Grey/White-Black-Vivid Pink
Style Code: 616761-003
Release Date: 02/28/14
Price: $150


















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