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Nike Air Vapor Max Explorer Pack

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Nike’s Air Max collection continues to push boundaries and challenge limitations. The recent Nike Air Vapor Max has gained a considerable amount of clout from fashionistas and sneakerheads. This unorthodox silhouette combines style with cutting edge technology. According to experts, the Vapor Max is the closest we’ll get to actually running on air. In fact, it took 7 years to create this lightweight, flexible masterpiece. The Nike Vapor Max Explorer pack pays homage to the brand’s tendencies to go above and beyond. Embracing the lure of innovation, Nike’s design team helps define the Swoosh’s legacy. This two sneaker offering references some of Mankind’s most historical explorations. In a smaller sense, Nike has been critical to the advancement of the human race. Could our ancestors have ever imagined they’d see the day humans walked on air? That’s very debatable.

SNEAKER: Nike WMNS Air Vapor Max "Explorer Light"

PRICE: $190 

RELEASE: 8/3/17'

Pictured above is the Women's Exclusive, Nike Air Vapor Max Explorer Light. This Summit White/Hydrogen Blue colorway is a reflection of some of the world's greatest explorers, ASTRONUAUTS. Venturing beyond the planet earth epitomizes what it means to be an explorer. What better colorway for the upcoming "Explorer Pack"?

SNEAKER: Nike Air Vapor Max "Explorer Dark"

PRICE: $190

RELEASE: 8/3/17'

The "Explorer Dark" colorway references yet another adventurous feat. This College Navy/Metallic Red Bronze colorway pays homage to deep sea diving helmets. Similar to astronauts, these divers explored uncharted territories that help shape our world views. 


Expect both of these offerings to drop via the Nike SNKRS app and select Nike retailers. Protect your pairs with our advanced water repellant and maintain them with our patented Reshoevn8r sneaker laundry system. Which colorway are you most hyped for? 


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