Air Max 2012

This new colorway of the Nike Air Max+ 2012 is getting ready to be released this November, coming in this Autumn inspired Cargo Khaki colorway. As one of the newer silhouettes to the Nike line, the low top sneaker features a Hyperfuse upper with mesh sleeves for maximum breathability and fit. Sitting atop an innovative, translucent sole unit,

We saw the Nike Air Max+ 2012 “Sprite” a few days ago and now images of a more subtle version of the shoe have surfaced. Set in black, the shoe features a breathable and lightweight upper, while touches of white are seen on the Nike swoosh and midsole. Finishing off the design are pure platinum elements, as well as a full-length Nike Air Max unit, which sports a translucent look.

Today we’re taking a closer look at this collection of Nike Air Max+ 2012, which is actually a collaboration with F.C. Real Bristol and mastermind JAPAN. The first sports a navy blue construction with gold hints, as well as mastermind JAPAN branding along the side, and the F.C.R.B. logo on the heel. Meanwhile, the second boasts a black design along with minimal grey touches

The 2012 edition of the Nike Air Max continues to drop at retailers. The shoe is seen here sporting a Hyperfuse upper dressed in metallic silver, with the only contrast being the black Nike swoosh at the back end, and the bright orange Nike Air Max 360 unit that sits below.