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Nike Continues To Send The Air Max 720 To Outer Space

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The Nike Air Max 720, which still boasts the brand’s tallest Air unit ever, inherently appears extraterrestrial. Its debut “Northern Lights” and sequential gradients have added other-worldy spins to the silhouette’s already-other-worldy wavy upper and plump cushioning. And the latest iteration of this Air Max model ups the ante with an arrangement depicting outer space.

While rooted in the same affinity for life beyond Earth as the recent Air Max 90 Galaxy, the Air Max 720 features different prints and color schemes. Instead of purple and silver, this pair boasts a “Black” and “Flash Crimson” composition, with the latter hue taking over bottom-halves, including translucent Airbags. The former appears prominently throughout the Air Max 720, most notably across the tongue and collar, but it falls into the shadows of the blues, whites and pinks that make up adjacent prints of space.

No stateside release details are yet known, but this Air Max 720 is available now at Nike.com outposts in Asia.

For more extraterrestrial options from NIKE, Inc., check out the Air Jordan 1 Low Galaxy Snakeskin.

Nike Air Max 720 SE
Color: Black/Flash Crimson
Style Code: CW0904-001

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