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Nike Air Max 1 Essential “Gym Red” – Available

March 26, 2014 BY / 1

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It’s been quite some time since we’ve seen the Nike Air Max 1 featuring a classic gum bottom. Not too long ago we showed off the upcoming “Suede Pack” that featured a gym red and forest green version of Tinker Hatfield’s classic, each pair featuring a sail accent color on the Swoosh and midsole while a monochromatic suede upper kept things simple. Today we get to see the “Gym Red” Air Max 1 Essential arrive stateside and what better day to surface than on the very first Air Max Day? Stick around after the click to get a better view of this Air Max 1 and know that you can pick these up today from select retailers like Oneness.

Source: Oneness

Nike Air Max 1 Essential
Color: Gym Red/Gum
Style Number: 537383-611
Price: $100


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youngballcoach
youngballcoach

Clean, but that stumped looking toe shape on the newer AM1's are a turn off!

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