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Nike Air Max What the Max Pack

Originally dubbed the “Olympic” Pack for their colorways, Nike has officially introduced what they are dubbing their “What the Max” Pack. The “What the Max Pack” features a Nike Air Max 2012 Hyperfuse, a Nike Air max 95 Hyperfuse, and a Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse that each feature bright color hits that are meant to highlight Nike’s innovations. All three styles are set to drop later this month. Hit the break for more pics and the official press release.

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Nike Sportswear is launching the ‘What the Max’ Collection in Summer ’12, including the Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse, Nike Air Max 95 Hyperfuse and Nike Air Max 2012 Hyperfuse. All three feature Hyperfuse technology in bold neon color pops to highlight the innovation.

The Nike design team first introduced Hyperfuse construction to create a breathable, stable and resilient basketball shoe called the Nike Hyperfuse and the performance technology is brought to life on the past, present and future of Nike Sportswear icon models.

Hyperfuse construction creates a durable composite material composed of three layers; one for stability, one for breathability and the third for durability. All three layers are fused together using heat and pressure to create a level of precision unattainable via traditional cut-and-sew methods.

This construction method allows Nike designers to shed weight without compromising strength. Its modern, minimalist aesthetic lives on with these bold executions for Summer ’12. The Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse, Nike Air Max 95 Hyperfuse and Nike Air Max 2012 Hyperfuse launch globally beginning this month.

Nike Air Max What the Max Pack

Nike Air Max What the Max Pack

Nike Air Max What the Max Pack

Nike Air Max What the Max Pack

Nike Air Max What the Max Pack

Nike Air Max What the Max Pack

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