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Nike Air Force Max 2013 “Area 72″ – Release Reminder

February 14th, 2013 by | 13 comments

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This past Monday Sneaker News juxtaposed this year’s Area 72 Collection with last year’s Galaxy, and it would’ve been a clean sweep in favor of the Galaxy were it not for the Air Force Max 2013. It beat out the Air Flight One by taking nearly 60% of the overall vote, so does that mean the Air Force Max 2013 is the must-have shoe from the Area 72 Pack? Cop them tomorrow at select Nike Sportswear retailers because they’re going to disappear fast, but get ahead of the game and cop right now from kicksclusive on eBay.

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Nike Air Force Max 2013 “Area 72″ – Arriving at Retailers

February 12th, 2013 by | 26 comments

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Do you see the same frenzy going down for this year’s NBA All-Star models as that that took place for 2012′s ‘Galaxy’ group? If so, where does this Nike Air Force Max 2013 rank among them? If you still need help deciding how you feel about the pair, then we’ve got you covered with this latest set of images. Continue reading to check out the Nike Air Force Max 2012 ‘Area 72′ in better detail and keep in mind that the Twitter RSVP processes will be probably be going down in the next couple of days, so the clock is ticking. Or you could pick them up the old fashioned way-at brick and mortar spots like Concepts this Saturday, February 15th.

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Nike All-Star Battle: Area 72 vs. Galaxy

February 11th, 2013 by | 77 comments

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One year ago from around this time of year, Nike Basketball broke new ground and redefined the ‘Pack’, stretching the limits of sneaker colorways and details in the process. Of course, we’re referring to the ‘Galaxy’ Pack, which included the three signature Nike Basketball models, the outrageously popular Air Foamposite One, the rekindled fire of the Air Flight One, and several Nike Sportswear models. The bold colorways, glow-in-the-dark detailing, and ‘galaxy’ backdrop ignored the traditions of Blue (East) and Red (West) while setting a new and perhaps impossible-to-meet standard of All-Star kicks, and after the excitement around 2012′s ‘Galaxy’ Pack started to die down, all eyes were focused on what Nike had in store for 2013.

Luckily for us, the 2013 All-Star Game would take place in Houston, a city also well known for its connection to space exploration; Nike recently unveiled the entire 2013 All-Star Pack inspired by the fictional ‘AREA 72′, which produced another vivid set of color compositions for the trio of Nike Basketball signatures while introducing the highly anticipated Barkley Posite Max and the oft-retroed Air Force Max. There’s no doubt the upcoming releases would have us muttering “Houston, we have a problem”, so before the release goes down for good, let’s hear your opinion on the Area 72 vs. Galaxy matter. Does the 2013 Collection live up to the Galaxy standard, or does it perhaps fall short or go beyond what was expected? Vote in our polls below and let’s hear the true verdict on the case of Area 72 vs. Galaxy.

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Nike Air Force Max PRM QS “Area 72″

February 8th, 2013 by | 23 comments

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In the early 90′s, Charles Barkley was deemed “not a role model”. Next weekend he won’t be “human” either as Nike Sportswear gives the classic Barkleys the Area 72 spin with the Raygun mascot at the center. Last year’s formula is being copied in a way, with an old-school Retro model accompanying the highlighted Foamposite model, but what makes the Air Force Max different from the Air Flight One is that the latter was never re-issued, while the Air Force Max has been re-released several times. Is the energy surrounding this Air Force Max simply not on par with last year’s Air Flight One? There’s no doubt that these will disappear quickly off the shelves (some are calling the Air Force Max the better pick-up than the Barkley Posite Max), but let us know how these compare to last year’s Air Flight One ‘Galaxy’.

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Nike Sportswear “Area 72″ Raygun Collection

January 24th, 2013 by | 21 comments

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Nike Sportswear’s 2013 NBA All-Star collection features three classics, one updated icon and a brand new hybrid.  There’s an undertone of evolution/progression as we start with the first ever Nike Basketball shoe and move forward along the timeline to find phosphorescent accents lending a spacey edge to the rest of the pack.  With a concept that pulls together last year’s space theme with this year’s ASG site in Houston along with references to Nike’s former Roswell resident Raygun and the company’s founding date, you get a sense of past, present and future all rolled into one extremely eye-catching quintet.  Click through for a closer look at the ’Area 72′ Nike Air Force Max, Blazer Mid, Lunar Force 1, Barkley Posite Max and the most significant Vandal High release so far this decade, and stick with Sneaker News for updates as we approach the Thursday, February 14th release date.

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Nike Air Force Max “Area 72″

January 23rd, 2013 by | 60 comments

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Who knew that Charles Barkley would have such a huge impact in this year’s Nike All-Star Pack? The Sportswear Collection features two models bearing his name, with the Nike Air Force Max making a sudden appearance after serving as the pacemaker for the entire CB line for the last two decades. Sir Charles did end his career in Houston (where the 2013 All-Star festivities will be held), but his sneakers have busted through the gates and dominated the NSW Collection of All-Star footwear with this eccentric design of the Nike Air Force Max. Complete with a mix of Galaxy detailing, glow-in-the-dark, reflective uppers, and Raygun detailing, the Air Force Max ‘All-Star’ will be much like last year’s Air Flight One ‘Galaxy’ – but will it be as popular? Look out for this incredible new Nike Air Force Max as well as the entire Nike Sportswear 2013 All-Star Collection at select retailers on February 14th.

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