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05 June, 2017 06:15
Nikes bold new Air Max 2018 gets two of its best looks yet in red and yellow colorways, but theres some bad news for many of us: it looks like they will be a European exclusive. Foot Locker EU just dropped a preview of the two new colorways, with one version featuring a red mesh upper, white accents, and a black-out Air bubble, and the other in yellow and black. We’ll let you know if they ever show up in the USA, but for now, it looks like you may need to call up your Euro connect if you need a pair.

Right now you are seeing the Nike Air Max 2016 in digital form, but the shoe actually gets some real-life pixels, as well, with this upcoming graphic edition. The pixelated Air Max 2016 is presented in this colorway just for the Gradeschool-sized feet, with a decidedly feminine color palette in dark purple and bright pink. They are also highlighted by a purple to yellow faded Swoosh on each toe. The pixelated Air Max 2016 is arriving now at overseas Nike suppliers, and should hit the US later this spring.

Check out four upcoming colorways of the Nike Air Max 2017 below, and stay tuned to Nikeblog for updates and release info. A launch likely would not come until October or November, so we have got plenty of time to roll out more colorways.

Nike Sportswear is expanding upon their Nike Air VaporMax releases with some exciting drops for April. One of the latest upcoming releases is the Nike Air VaporMax Asphalt which will be available for men and women.

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