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Nike drops a comprehensive range of Air Maxes based on the usage of camouflage this summer. An added level of realism comes courtesy of the usage of country-specific disruptive patterns. Camo prints from France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom are seen via Nike’s seamless Hyperfuse technology ensuring stability, breathabilty and durability across the board. A United States/French camo hybrid can be seen on the Air Max 1 and Air Max BW, the Air Max 90 and 97 is seen in an Italian camo from the early ’90s, Germany’s print is applied on the Air Max 1 and Air Max 180, and both Japanese and British patterns are applied to the Air Max 90 and Air Max 95. Look for a release of the “France” Air Max 1, “France” Air Max BW, “Italy” Air Max 90 and “Italy” Air Max 97 starting July 3 in Berlin.