Nike Air Max 720 "Northern Lights"

January 31, 2019

Nike Air Max 720

If you're a real sneaker head, you've been waiting for Friday February 1st for some time now. To some it is just the first day of February, the day before groundhogs day, but to us, it is the day that Nike is finally launching the Air Max 720 "Northern Lights". The name alone sends chills down my spine so you can just imagine how it felt to get a first look at it...
The "Northern Lights" is the first of many colorful 720's scheduled to drop this year. The name comes from the purple iridescent hues that adorn the brand new sneaker. They were inspired by those colors that the Northern Lights are known for. It's quite a way to start of the new line and they definitely delivered. The sneaker is sleek and a bit futuristic looking. Depending on where the light hits, it reflects a different hue of purple. It is the ultimate eye catcher whether you are in the gym or on the block. 
Now let's get to the famous Nike Air bubble. Before the 720, the Air Max 270 was boasted to have the largest air bubble Nike has ever come out with. If you know the Nike brand, you know they love to set trends and then out due themselves over and over. This is just one of those cases as they increased the size of the air pocket by 6 mm. If that's not enough, they went ahead and made that air bubble span 360 degrees. Yes, you read that correctly, 360 degrees. That means it goes around the whole entire shoe. If you have always wondered what it feels like to walk on clouds, look no further.
Whether it's the color and style of the Air Max 720, the comfortability, or because you know this is just the start of Nike's next big hit, the Nike Air Max 720 "Northern Lights" will not be slept on. You already know where to go to get your Men's and Grade School "Northern Lights" and if you can't get your hands on these, make sure you stay posted to our website and Instagram account for all the other color ways that are going to be dropping soon. 
Nike Air Max 720 "Northern Lights"
Release Date: 2/1/2019
Men's:  (7.5-13)
Price: $180
Style Code: AO2924-001
Boy's GS: (4-7)
Price: $160
Style Code: AQ3196-002
Check out our Unboxing of the Nike Air Max 720





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