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The eye catching Electric Green is used on the nike air max

2009 and the surrounding of the Air Max unit. The midsole and shoe laces both feature white. This Nike Air Max is a Hybrid, which we can see a lot more of from

Nike. This Air Max 90 looks like a sneaker that a superhero

would wear. But these are for everyone, not only the superheroes.


This latest Air Max 360 Current Moire comes in an eye popping.

Black is seen throughout the shoe including the upper. Blue is placed on the inner of the sneaker. nike air max shoes If you are into bright colors when it comes to sneakers, better check the new colorways from

href="http://shop.brandsuper.com/nike-air-max-shoes-nike-air-max-ltd-shoes-c-54_74.html">nike air max LTD. In quality soft suede combined with mesh

material, these new shoes would be another hit in the market.

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