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Nike Women’s Air Max 1 “Magnetic Field”

March 6th, 2014 by / 2

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The Nike Air Max 1 is a sneaker that’s been heavy on the metallic looks lately thanks to the coveted “Liquid Metal” pack of women’s releases. Adding to that pile but not looking quite as shiny is this new Nike Air Max 1 Cut Out style for the ladies. Attached to the upper is an array of wispy lines that give the sneakers quite a bit more texture than your standard AM1 release. Continue reading to see the rest of the photos on the shoes and stay tuned to find out when they’ll be at stateside sneaker spots.

Source: 43 Einhalb

Nike WMNS Air Max 1 Cut Out
Style Code:
644398-001


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2 comments
obiz9
obiz9

sweet remind me of the monotones

DJswavor
DJswavor

I swear the females get the DOPEST colorways for the Air Max 1s.....sh*t be runnin me hot! LOL

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