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Nike Air Max Plus,All You Need Abou Nike Air Max Plus Premium 


Nike Air Max Plus All You Need Abou Nike Air Max Plus Premium

Nike Air Max Plus Premium

TUNED TO COMFORT.

The Nike Air Max Plus Premium Men’s Shoe keeps the legendary “Tuned” Air cushioning of the 1998 original. A lightweight combination upper provides comfortable containment.

-Product Features

Textile and synthetic construction offers durable comfort. Foam sole with Tuned Air provides lightweight cushioning. Rubber outsole delivers durable traction. Shown: Black/Volt/Wolf Grey/Matte Silver Style: 815994-003

Nike Adds A Sultry Bordeaux To The Air Max Plus




The Nike Air Max Plus continues to be one of the figureheads in lifestyle runners, arriving in seeming perpetuity as of late with adventurous toolings and sometimes simplistic color blocking further deepening the near infinite palette breadth. Toning things down while simultaneously spicing it up, the newest women’s entry adds seductive Bordeaux to its mudguard with soft red jewel swooshes, eyestays, and outsole hits fueling a quite aggressive overall make-up. White base synthetics add neutralizing balance while the plastic molds across the profile arrive in the patented gradient effect. Entire sole units are left in their bulky stature with monochrome segmentation furthering the visual intricacy of the entire kit. Grab a detailed look at the pair below and find them available now at select retailers with a Nike.com release surely inbound.

The Nike Air Max Plus “Spray”

The Nike Air Max Plus continues to be one of the figureheads in lifestyle runners, arriving in seeming perpetuity as of late with adventurous toolings and sometimes simplistic color blocking further deepening the near infinite palette breadth. Toning things down while simultaneously spicing it up, the newest women’s entry adds seductive Bordeaux to its mudguard with soft red jewel swooshes, eyestays, and outsole hits fueling a quite aggressive overall make-up. White base synthetics add neutralizing balance while the plastic molds across the profile arrive in the patented gradient effect. Entire sole units are left in their bulky stature with monochrome segmentation furthering the visual intricacy of the entire kit. Grab a detailed look at the pair below and find them available now at select retailers with a Nike.com release surely inbound.




The Nike Air Max Plus “Palm Pack”

Though always a staple within European fashion subcultures, the Air Max Plus stays relatively quiet stateside with Beaverton slowly attempting innovation with new toolings like their avant-garde “Spray” motif, which is now set to arrive in a monochrome alternative entirely unlike its more vibrant orange sibling. Synthetic uppers, while more recognized for punchy tones and gradients, boast mostly barren constructions with a black shade paint its upper in close entirety. Sole units, heel counters, mudguards all arrive darkened with abandon, breaking up in scattered execution towards the vamp and tongue for a contrasting hits of a bleach white. Lateral swooshes arrive in metallic finish adding texture aside from the chaotic design, with much of the kit left simplistic in arrangement. Be sure to check out the pair for yourself below and find them rolling out to select retailers and Nike.com

Air Max Plus Origins

Nike’s revolutionary Air-Sole unit made its way into Nike footwear in 1978. In 1987, the Nike Air Max 1 debuted with visible air in its heel, allowing fans more than just the feel of Air-Sole comfort—suddenly they could see it. In 1998, the Air Max Plus introduced a cushioning system that “tuned” Air-Sole units to specific parts of the foot, giving runners more stability and support. The shoe’s sunset colorways and wavy design lines, inspired by wind-blown beachscapes, garnered a cult-like following that grew into a cultural phenomenon.

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