September 7, 2012 BY John Kim
The recently unleashed Nike Air Max Hyperposite could be considered an evolution not of the Air Foamposite One/Pro series, but this shoe – the Air Total Foamposite Max. What the Total Foams and Hyperposite share are the Foamposite shell mold and the full-length Max Air footbed, but the more recent model advanced to ‘Hyper’ mode with the Hyperfuse sidings for lightweight and breathable effects. The Total Foamposites are still valid options for basketball and for on-street walking, but we agree that this Current Blue/Black colorway made exceptional with the unique spray-gradient and speckling would be better for breaking necks than for ankles. We’ll keep you posted on a release date for these, so check out the detailed angles below to get familiar with this upcoming release.
Nike Air Total Foamposite Max
Current Black/Black-Current Blue