Nike Air Max+ 2009 Arrives on Nike iD

August 21, 2009 BY

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Everybody loves those classic Air Max designs from the late 80’s and early 90’s, but there haven’t been too many designs in recent years that received that kind of love. The Air Max+ 2009 has been one of the most popular new Air Max models in quite some time, almost single-handedly restoring some credibility to the aesthetics of the line. We all know that most Air Max models are built for elite performance, but the 2009 edition actually looks pretty fresh too. To the delight of a lot of sneakerheads, the Air Max+ 2009 has just hit Nike iD, giving visitors to the site a chance to customize the shoe any way they might like. Just about every section of the design can be altered to your color specifications, even down to the Flywire and Air Max bubble. If you’re a fan of this sneaker, get over to Nike iD now to start experimenting with all of the possibilities.

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