air maxim

I was very excited a few weeks ago when I copped the new Air Maxim. NIKE stays on their R & D grind hardbody. The shoes are so incredibly lightweight yet still substantial. That is due to them having a carbon fiber cover where there might have been leather or suede previously. The Air Maxim weigh less than a pair of sandals. The contingent of people still wearing Crocs or flip-flops should get into the Air Maxim. The people that love animals should step to them because there is no leather or suede on the shoe. The people that go apeshit for the environment should fux with them for all the sustainable materials

The main reason that I fux with the Air Maxim is because they portend to days of future past. When the Earth has been rendered a polluted rock spinning around the sun and there is no protection from solar radiation(shouts to Mountain Dew UltraViolet Zxero Calories), there is no clean water to drink and hardly any oxygen to breathe there will at least be NIKE air. You pay for cable television and you buy bottled water. Why won’t you buy some Air Maxim?

7 Responses to “SNEAKER FIENDS UNITE!”

  1. Nattiez says:

    Dp how much they run you? and where?

  2. the_dallas says:

    Von’s in Corona has the red/white joints for $50 cent (not the rappa).

  3. $ykotic/Don McCaine says:

    DP I stay going to Beaverton bi-weekly. And the outlet is in Woodburn. Got them blue’s for $39.99. Cats don’t know the flavor out here. adidas outlet, Nike, & RALPH LAUREN outlet all next to each other. I need a camcorder to feed you the leftcoast experience.

    Miss that bus trip. The B52 or B38 to B10. Bed Stuy 4eva!

  4. Kiana says:

    Sustainable products are hot right now. I went to a eco-bridal show this weekend and this lady made sustainable wedding dresses. The women there would go crazy for these shoes.

  5. Ooh, I’ve been fiending for those awhile now. Nice to know the price came down.

  6. Tony Grands says:

    I see hip hop’s next trend……eco-friendly gear. I can see Jigsta wearing recyclable open-toes & an organic t-shirt this fall. All black, o course.

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