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The Nike Vapormax 360 Gets A Chicago Bears Friendly Color Scheme

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First seen back in July 2019, the Nike VaporMax 360 arguably had its January launch overshadowed by NBA All-Star Weekend 2020 and multiple Air Max 90 releases, among others. Nonetheless, the newest member of the VaporMax line has proffered several impressive colorways, whether rooted in the Air Max 360 or elsewhere. For its latest, the bold lifestyle silhouette touts an “Obsidian/Total Orange” arrangement perfect for any Chicago Bears fan.

Unlike on the recent VaporMax 360 Mint Green, mudguards and welded synthetic skins on this pair create a tonal, navy look. Signature details from the model’s 2006-muse add citrus-colored flair to the forefoot, tongue label and lateral heel. Down below, the Bears’ home jersey color scheme isn’t carried over entirely, but the unofficial tribute continues. Lug-cushioning and its TPU frame, similar to those on the debut Air Max 720 Slip, favors a dark tint. Distinguishing itself from Odell Beckham Jr.‘s Air Max 720-variant, however, forefoot pods on this VaporMax 360 opt for a clear finish.

No official release date is yet known for this two-tone pair, but a Nike.com release in the coming weeks is probable. For now, enjoy official images of the shoes here below.

For more visible Air-cushioning, check out the Spring-ready Air Max 95.

Nike Air VaporMax 360
Color: Obsidian/Total Orange
Style Code: CW7480-400

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