Despite the captivating design of the crosshatch pattern and bold colorways of the Nike Air Max 2011, the shoe is relatively simple in style, with its own unique and sleek look.
It’s almost fitting that the design for the 2011 shoe, echoes the athletic spirit with its similarities to the Bird’s Nest Olympic stadium façade in China. A striking array of colors for the laces and other areas of the shoe should appease collectors with Nike’s offerings.
Try these on and you’ll swear you’re walking on air. Actually, it’s the tried and true technology of the Air Max cushioning that runners and fans have enjoyed for so long. The full-length Max Air unit provides additional support as it relates to impact protection. In addition, a mesh inner sleeve allows for breathability and a snug fit. I recommend you use thin socks such as Nike’s Dri-Fit line though, as it is quite a snug fit. Despite the arrival of the Air Max 2012, these shoes are still great for casual wear and running.
Final Verdict: A
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