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Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2.0 2018

Air Max Day 2018 will be full of releases from Nike Sportswear and we have learned of an exciting drop. The brand is releasing the atmos x Nike Air Max ‘Animal Pack 2.0’ which first released back in 2006.

The pack which includes the Nike Air Max 1 and the Nike Air Max 95 was designed by Japanese sneaker shop atmos. As you can see they feature various animal prints throughout which replaces the original Cream pony hair that runs across the uppers with Black.

atmos Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2.0 Release Date

The atmos x Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2.0 will release on March 17th at select Nike Sportswear retailers. Retail price for the Air Max 1 is $160 while the Air Max 95 will cost you $200. Below you can check out more images which will provide you with a closer look. Make sure to visit the comments section and let us know your thoughts.

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Nike Air Max 1 DLX Animal Pack
Wheat/Bison-Classic Green-Sport Red
March 17, 2018
AQ0928-700
$160

Nike Air Max 95 DLX Animal Pack
Pony/Black-Classic Green-Sport Red
March 17, 2018
AQ0929-200
$200

Update: Detailed look at the ‘Animal Pack 2.0’ Nike Air Max Pack which is available now via Stadium Goods.

Nike Air Max 1 Animal Pack

Nike Air Max 95 Animal Pack

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Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2018 Release Details

Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2018 Release Details

Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2018 Release Details

Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2018 Release Details

Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2018 Release Details

Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2018 Release Details

Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2018 Release Details

Update: The Nike Air Max Animal Pack 2.0 will release at select Nike Sportswear retailers on March 17th. New images via Hanon.

Nike Air Max Animal Pack Release Details

Nike Air Max Animal Pack Release Details

atmos Nike Air Max 1 Air Max 95 Animal Pack 2 Release Date

atmos Nike Air Max 1 Air Max 95 Animal Pack 2 Release Date

atmos Nike Air Max 1 Air Max 95 Animal Pack 2 Release Date

atmos Nike Air Max 1 Air Max 95 Animal Pack 2 Release Date

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