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Nike Air Max 1 PRM

Check out an upcoming release, again featured on the Air Max 1 structure. A tri-split upper and color blocking on the runner silhouette will be offered with the PRM tag. The AM1 is set to release on top of a tonally split midsole and upper. Splitting the sneaker into multiple pieces visually, the color arrangement looks to set the stage for a true split with the varying color choices by Nike.

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Officially, the colors chosen will be referred to as Pale Grey/Black-Laser Orange-Dark Charcoal. The forefoot will feature the Pale Grey tones sitting on top of the speckled black with lighter toned midsole while black dominates the overlay surrounding the midfoot portion of the upper materials. The back half of the midsole rests in matching black tones with Laser Orange accents in the Air Max unit, heel collar as well as heel and tongue branding. The outsole looks to have combined the black/laser orange color arrangment to round off this Fall design.

Check the preorder out now over at End with an expected ship date of early October.

Image via HB 

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  1. Nike Air Max 1 PRM – Black, Anthracite & Volt | Midwest Sole | Online Sneaker Magazine - September 10, 2013

    […] colorway depicted below. In a follow up from last week’s feature on another AM1 silhouette (Air Max 1 PRM) there seems to be another similarly designed PRM Air Max with a similar color blocking […]

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