A Closer Look at the Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit "Pure Platinum"

Can’t beat these pale gray beauties.

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Nike’s Air VaporMax silhouette is taking 2017 by storm. The innovative model first released as a COMME des GARÇONS collaboration and to the delight of fans, the Swoosh has amped up the in-house iterations soon afterward, including the “Triple Black” and “Pure Platinum” offerings. For the predominantly white model, it’s equipped with a lightweight Flyknit upper alongside a clear multi-bubble sole. Not to mention, it’s adorned with a crisp white Swoosh on the lateral sides, a gray tongue and matching ankle collar.

Get a closer look at the Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit “Pure Platinum” above and expect the shoe to drop on March 26 at Nike’s official website and select retailers such as Solebox for approximately $190 USD.

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