Nike Air Max 2012 – White – Black – Total Orange – Bright Blue

January 23, 2012 BY

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Okay, so January was fairly tame for sneaker releases – consider it a nice ‘diet’ from the overindulging brought on by the Holiday months. But fear not, you quickly metabolizing sneakerheads – February’s going to be an endless buffet of releases from Air Jordans, Foamposite, Nike Basketball digs, and for the Running fans, the 2012 flagship model of the Nike Air Max shoe. Among the wide variety of colorways expected in February, one that stands out is this Knicks/Mets colorway of White, Black, Total Orange, and Bright Blue. Not to say that these have any affiliation with NY sports teams, but it’s not like Air Max isn’t new to outrageous colorways (in fact, this nice combo is an original Air Max 93 colorway). Oneness has these new Nike Air Max 2012 releases in stock now a bit ahead of the February ETA, so check out the angles below and watch for these at your local Nike running purveyor soon.

Nike Air Max 2012
White/Black-Total Orange-Bright Blue
487982-106
02/2012


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