June 26, 2012 BY John Kim
Nike sneakers have changed mightily over the years, almost to the point where some of the more old-school cats might not vibe with the more high-tech designs (like the $235 and $250 priced Sport Pack Lunar TR1+ and Lunar Hyperdunk+). It’s tough to bridge the gap between next-gen design and vintage-style leather and laces, but perhaps a slow temperance is what’s needed, as seen in the simple yet advanced build of the Nike Air Max TR 180, slated for a release in Fall of 2013. The upper design uses simple and clean lines with dipping grooves at the forefoot for flexion and is built by Hyperfuse-based materials in a no-sew construction. Supporting the foot is a combination of 180 Max Air on the heel and a grooved forefoot outsole. This Black/Teal sample just popped up for sale so check out the extra images below and cop ’em now from honest_seaners on eBay.
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