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Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse trainers - Stock Image

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Cheltenham, United Kingdom - March 11, 2012: Isolated studio shot of a pair of men's Nike Air Max 90 trainers in isometric view. Nike often updates old designs with new technology, originally released in 1990 this Air Max 90 with it's distinctive air cushioning unit has been redesigned using Nike's Hyperfuse technology. Hyperfuse uses heat as opposed to stitching to bond the shoe structure together, creating a lightweight and breathable running shoe. Nike is the world's leading supplier of athletic shoes and apparel and is a major sponsor of sports teams and athletes.

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Isolated studio shot of a pair of men's Nike Air Max 90 trainers in 3/4 view. Originally released in 1990 this updated version of the Nike Air Max 90 uses Nike's Hyperfuse technology to create a lightweight shoe that uses heat bonded mesh to create the shoe's structure. Nike is the world's leading supplier of athletic shoes and apparel and is a major sponsor of sports teams and athletes.

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