Nike's Super High-Cut Air Max 720 "Saturn" Will Debut During All-Star Weekend

The 720 unit hits the race track.

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This weekend we’ll see the official release of the Nike Air Max 720 after the tall air bag-designed shoe was teased back in July. Today we share what’s to follow the Air Max 720’s inaugural drop in the form of a high-cut sportswear silhouette. The dominantly black and yellow colorway is dubbed the Air Max 720 “Saturn” and features racing-inspired design cues to coincide with this year’s NBA All-Star weekend theme which pays homage to Charlotte’s Motor Speedway. These design elements are executed through contrast stitching along with repetitive Air Max 720 design patterns wrapping around the upper and heel. Lastly, the tall air max unit supports the upper in translucent black to complete the design.

The Nike Air Max 720 Saturn arrives on February 12 at select Nike Sportswear stockists and Nike.com. In addition, the 720 unit will also make its way onto the Air More Uptempo.

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