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The Nike Air Max 1 proper has its work
cut out at the moment, this recent Hyperfuse edition sort of pushing the spotlight towards the futuristic look. As a return volley the Tinker Hatfield classic has suited up in a premium look, skipping out on the mesh that usually accompanies the model with a material switch up that slides in a bit more leather here and there. Stick around after the jump for some clear cut views of these three Nike Air Max 1 Premium releases and be on the lookout for them at NSW accounts like Overkill come November 2012.
The Gym Green Air Foamposite Pro didn t exactly match most sneakerheads expectation for that new color, and here s another case of the Swoosh s beloved wavy injected foam basketball designs giving us a green makeup
with an element of surprise. The Nike Air Max Hyperposite Camo continues the story of the first new non-hybrid Foamposite performance design since the LeBron IV debuted just under six years ago, with a colorway whose foresty tiger concealment pattern echoes the perfect time to release them this fall. Stick with Sneaker News to
find out exactly when the Camo Hyperposite drops and check out the first full shots below in the meantime.
Nike Running has issued a ton of colorways for this year s Air Max flagship model, most of which show off the Hyperfuse upper s layering capabilities. This newest Nike Air Max+ 2012 does it so subtly you might not even notice, as the Electric Green underlay is barely visible beneath a large field of Game Royal. That energetic green gets its due on the sockliner and Max Air cushion, and along with Metallic
Silver Swooshes and a white midsole, contributes to a Sprite look (aluminum can and all) that should arrive at retailers like Titolo in October.
The first teaser shots we had of this Air Jordan V on the way for 2013 caused quite a stir amongst Air Jordan enthusiasts, with the lack of a 23 hit on the side leading many to hope that Jordan Brand would go all out with the OG treatment and slap Nike Air on the back. While that isn t the case (look elsewhere for Nike Air Jordans in 2013) they are still looking fairly true to the originals in all other departments as shown by this latest gallery. Click through to get the first good look this January 26th Air Jordan V in white/black/red (still no official word on which particular red though) and let us know in the comments below if you ll be adding them to your rotation.
Have you ever stopped to think about all the miniscule pieces that come together to make your
sneakers, all the tiny combinations of rubber and leather? The Nike Air Hyperdunk pictured above actually isn t composed of your typical materials at all, the piece being a super intricate Photoshop rendering that collages together some wide ranger snekaers, everything from the Reebok Kamikaze III to the Air Jordan XIII, to end up with a cohesive picture of the Philippines colorway of this Nike Basketball banger from four years back. Click through to check out the painstaking detail and let us know how you feel about this Nike Hyperdunk
piece of sneaker art from SLOFAR in the comments below.