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The Nike Air Max technology uses visible Air cushioning on the bottom of various Nike models. Continue reading for the latest information on Nike Air Max sneakers, release dates, and colorways.

Nike Air Max Lunar 90 SP “USA”

July 14th, 2014 by | 9 comments

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This Nike Lunar version of the classic Air Max 90 silhouette will be taking full advantage of the Lunar part of the equation with this new pair, whose upper has a graphic looking rather like the surface of the moon. The shoe also has a separate stars/stripes motif for the back badges found on the left and right shoes, respectively, as reference to Neil Armstrong’s small step for man made on July 20th, 1969. Bodega is the only store so far that have reported pairs for this weekend, but don’t be surprised if some other top-tier NSW accounts chime in with similar reports. See the Nike Air Max Lunar 90 SP “USA” below and best of luck in purchasing a pair.

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Nike Flyknit Air Max – Atomic Orange – Vivid Blue – Volt

July 14th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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It seems that the words “Flyknit Air Max” will come to connote many more sneakers as the inevitable hybridization of those two Swoosh technologies deepens. The purest and perhaps most balanced form though comes from the straight up Nike Flyknit Air Max, a shoe that isn’t too beholden to a particular Air Max model in terms of build. Prepped one of the next up releases for the shoe is this colorful combination, which switches between atomic orange, vivid blue, and volt. Browse photos for them after the break and stay tuned to Sneaker News to find out when and where you can purchase a pair of these Flyknits.

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Nike Air Max 2014 – Black – Photo Blue – Electric Green

July 13th, 2014 by | No comments

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Is that a “Sprite” look for the Nike Air Max 2014? The sneakers might let a little bit too much black in to be considered of that ilk, but the fade flowing across the bottom’s bubble at the very least looks rather like that Bron combo. We had this pair pegged as a June one previously, but it’s now July and they’re still scarce as far as US shops go. See this Air Max pair with us below and keep in mind you can find them at Caliroots if you don’t want to wait.

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Nike WMNS Air Max Light – White – Fuschia Force – Black

July 13th, 2014 by | No comments

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Usually reserved for a Size? exclusive, the Nike Air Max Light has been expanding its reach beyond its normal expectation as the forgotten classic Air Max model. We’ve seen an all black pair, the Nike Air Max Light WR with a water resistance upper, and a plethora of the Breathe models hit retail shelves. Now the sneaker returns for this WMNS only release featuring a Fuchsia Force colorway sure to turn heads. With a white base, the lower half contrasts in black to let the fuchsia shade shine. Hit the click for more from this Nike WMNS release and grab a pair via SNS today.

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Nike Air Max 1 – White – Photo Blue – Navy – Available

July 12th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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The Nike Air Max 1 has branched out throughout the summer thanks to the introduction of the lunarlon outsole and a hyperfuse/tape like upper to usher in a new age for the 1987 classic. But there’s still the regular retro out there, and new colorways are always hitting on a regular basis. This particular release features a white mesh base while accents of navy blue synthetic suede wraps around the lower half and heel of the silhouette. A photo blue shade hits the overlays to contrast the sparse touches of gym red on the eyelets, heel branding and outsole. What do you think of the latest Air Max 1 release? Stick around after the click for more and know that you can grab this pair today via JD Sports.

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Nike WMNS Air Max 90 – Light Magnet Grey – Hyper Cobalt – Hyper Pink

July 12th, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike WMNS Air Max 90 is no stranger to both vibrant bases and patterns throughout the upper. The latest pair stakes its claim on both as the mesh base features that poison dart frog-esque print subtly shaded in light magnet grey, allowing the hyper cobalt and pink accents to arrive on the lower half of the sneaker. Where the midsole features the royal blue shade, the mudguard gets the vibrant pink to contrast in an equation sort of reminiscent of the “Ultramarine” one currently making a comeback on the likes of the Nike Air Command Force. Check in below for more from this Air Max 90 and pick up a pair today via Caliroots.

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Nike Air 180 “Safari Sole” Pack

July 11th, 2014 by | 2 comments

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While we have seen “Safari” everywhere over the past couple of years, those prints have mostly showed up on the tops of sneakers. This new duo of Air Maxes sends the safari south by placing those dots across the midsoles of two pairs. When the Nike Air 180s in question will be available here in the States remains unseen, but for what it’s worth they’re already popping up at Japanese sneaker spots. Continue reading for additional imagery on the two of them if you’re a fan of this wild print showing up on this 90s runner.

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