Nike Total Air Foamposite Max “Current Blue”

September 10, 2012 BY

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The first Nike Total Air Foamposite Max colorway since the ‘Blackout’ Friday 2011 release builds a bridge between this model’s 1998 origins and the current state of the sneaker game. New releases come in conjunction with the general Foamposite mania that’s been building for quite some time now, and this first speckled gradient look brings us a bit closer to today’s graphically intensive synthetic constructions. With connections to designs like the ‘Paranorman’ Air Foamposite One, a couple of NYC-inspired Air Max Hyperposites and, of course, this year’s blockbuster ‘Galaxy’ Foam Ones, this design appears poised to continue the silo’s tradition of outselling the ‘big man shoe’ stereotype (and let’s not forget about how big that Ewing retro was just last week). All signs point to this pair making a big impact on the holiday season, and we’ve got more photos to share with you after the jump below.

Nike Total Air Foamposite Max
Current Black/Black-Current Blue
472498-400

Photos: mita sneakers

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