July 29, 2010 BY John Kim
Nike has not been shy with ‘retro’-ing its classic silhouettes so by now, anyone who calls himself a sneakerhead should be well versed in the entire Air Max catalog. Thinking back on all the colorways of the Air Max 1, 90, 95, and 97 that have released and all the other in-betweeners that have dropped by here and there, such a vast quantity of shoes deserves its own classification system because it’s becoming unnervingly easy to overlook some classics that, unfortunately, will never release ever again. Case in point: the Air Max 120. It’s hard to describe a shoe that looks like a hybrid between a spider, a gazelle, and one of James Cameron’s aliens with a forefoot midsole design that looks as if the concrete you’re relentlessly pounding is trying to absorb itself into the shoe, much like Venom’s symbiote skin looking for a host. For a full gallery as well as additional info regarding this classic Air Max shoe, head over to Sneaker News HD for the entire Classics Revisited feature.
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