The Nike Air Max was produced in 1987. It was the first running shoe to incorporate a bag of air into the sole. Needless to say, it was and still is a game changer in the industry today. Fast forward 25-years and Nike is now introducing the Nike Air Max+ 2013.
It almost sounds like something out of “Back to the Future 2”. But make no mistake, these shoes exist, however the automatic lacing is still no where to be found. According to Nike this the most advanced heel-to-toe Max Air unit ever, offering not just lightweight, but the most flexibility of any previous version. Inside the internal walls have been minimized to offer maximum airflow, and the internal tubes move along with the foot resulting in greater flexibility. Utilizing Hyperfuse construction, Nike was able to craft a to create a lighter, more breathable upper and a reduced overall weight, all without sacrificing comfort.
The Nike Air Max+ 2013 will be available this coming January in black, red, or white – red maybe women’s only. No word on price, but we expect them to be about $80-100.