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This isn’t the first time that Nike has covered up visible air. We’ve seen the Swoosh do just that with a few Nike Air Max 2016 Premium pairs before they introduced the VaporMax to the masses. But this is the first time that we’re seeing this brand new update to the Air Max line with the Nike Air Max More, a model that manages to introduce Dynamic Flywire, a lightweight slip-on upper comprised of neoprene mesh with a sleek Team Red to black Gradient, and supportive synthetic layers on the mudguard, all with a 90s influence throughout. So while the overall appearance might not compliment the Air Max More monicker, the full-length not quite visible Air Max unit still provides the comfort from previous models all with a modernized upper. It’s worth noting that just this colorway paints over the visible air on the midsole unit, as more colorways are coming featuring that coveted window into the shoe’s cushioning system. Check out more photos of this upcoming Air Max More colorway below and stay tuned for more updates right here on Sneaker News.
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