Nike Air Max+ 2012 – White – Black – Volt – University Red

January 24, 2012 BY

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Taking nothing away from the specacular technological innovations the series has spearheaded in recent years, but it’s been a few years since a signature colorway for the ages has emerged.  Each year’s AM flagship raises the bar in comfort and performance, but with legends like the ‘Infrared’ Air Max 90 and ‘Neon’ Air Max 95 having laid the very foundation of the sneaker scene we know inhabit, it’s pretty difficult to make that same kind of impact that’ll have sneakerheads talking about a release for decades to come. But we might just have something of that cailber with this new Nike Air Max+ 2012 in white, black, Volt and University Red. These have a screamingly ostentatious build that picks up on the kind of Hyperfuse color blending we saw from Nike Sportswear’s hybrids last summer, but this STOP! and GO! combination is not only eyecatching but also supremely original. Click through for some new images and look for these at your local Nike Running stockist like Lexington, KY’s Oneness.

Nike Air Max+ 2012
White/Black-Volt-University Red
487982-103

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