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The Nike Air Max 2017 has nike shoes for women 2017 been launching this season. The successor to the last summer's success quickly recovers all the sneaker hearts. The Air Max 2017 has changed in a few points, so the Nike 'swoosh' returns to the side and so-called 'flywires' have disappeared on both sides. The Air Max 2017 has a preformed upper, which makes the shoe even more natural. The air unit is not messed up, it's exactly the same as its predecessors.

The Nike Air Max 2017 has nike air max black and white been widely represented this spring. This 'White / Gray' colorway is a fresh and cleane appearance. Also in this color scheme is chosen for a gradient mesh upper. The white front slopes slowly to gray, which gives a supertof effect. The iconic 360 degree air unit is tubular, which benefits the balance and gives an aggressive look. As far as we're concerned, the Nike Air Max 2017 started the spring wonderfully.

The Air Max 2017 is back in nike air max 2017 red orange a tight basic variant. The upper is fully mesh, with additional reinforcements at the places where they are needed, including the heel. The black 'Nike swoosh' breaks the gray whole and creates an extra character. Of course, the iconic air unit is again of the party, not just for an extra good fit. Because let's be honest; He is also quite fat!

March 26, 2017, it was nike shoes for men on sale exactly 30 years since the first Nike Air Max was released. The sneaker is nowhere to be remembered from the Dutch street and fashion image. Where he was popular in the early years in the hip-hop scene and the well-known gabbers, he is now for everyone. From fashion girl to student, from sports enthusiasm to house father; The Nike Air Max is more popular than ever.

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