May 25, 2010 BY John Kim
The Nike Air Max 2009 was easily one of the biggest releases for Nike last year; the sales numbers continue to do well and while other Nikes hit the Factory Outlets at slashed prices, the AM2009 has continued to experience a strong-enough showing to be left on the retail shelves. With the success of the ’09, the recently released Nike Air Max 2010 was highly anticipated but this unreleased and scrapped sample of the Nike Air Max 2010 has us wondering which design is better.
A comparison will prove that the production release and this sample shown here are quite different; the heel-cup remains but the entire front-middle end of the design are almost day and night. The scrapped sample features a mudguard that circumvents the entire shoe and Flywire along each lace-hole, while the the released version opts for a mesh-like toe and a concentrated Flywire Panel. Check out this unreleased scrapped sample of the Nike Air Max 2010 and let us know which design you prefer.