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Hi-Vis Highlights on the Nike Air Max Plus

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The Nike Air Max Plus was first released in 1998. It was designed by Sean McDowell. Although the Plus was a technological breakthrough at the time it was launched, and still looks very technical today, Nike Sportswear likes to modernize its classic silhouettes. The Air Max Plus’s signature overlays are usually made of TPE and printed directly onto its upper.

The top half of the base layer can have a one-piece mesh structure, which allows it to shine as brightly as its signature detail. The tongue has large red stripes running down it, with “Tuned” written on the right foot and the “Air” on left. Branded badges are placed on the tongue, heel, and leather mudguards. The heel and toe overlays read “Tuned” and “Air”. Black midsoles with tonal Air units and toe caps complete the design.

In the next few weeks, a US release is possible.

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