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Nike Air Max Light Essential “Light Crimson”

March 18, 2014 BY / 1

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No longer does Size? have a monopoly on the Nike Air Max Light. Fortunately, the Essential version of the sneakers have made them just a little bit more available as of late. The sneaker shown here in its light crimson colorway is actually a pretty close recreation of the original white and red version, with the obvious caveat of the shape changes that come with any retro re-issue. Get a better look at the pair with us after the break and then purchase these Air Maxes for yourself from the team at Oneness.

Source: Oneness

Nike Air Max Light Essential
Color:
White/Light Crimson-Grey-Black
Style Code: 631722-102
Price: $100








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obiz9
obiz9

its pretty hard to make the air max 1 ugly...but this is ugly...looks like AM1's retarded little brother



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