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Tuned Air/Air Max Plus

The gradient mesh may have been the most immediately recognizable feature of the Air Max Plus, but when it debuted in 1998, it came with a new technology as well: Tuned Air, which was implemented in the heel. This technology used visco-elastomer columns to create a more finely "tuned" cushioning. This technology was relatively short lived, and not used on many models, but the Air Max Plus remains the most popular example of a Tuned Air shoe.

Now, ten years after its release, the Air Max Plus continues to be reissued and revisited. New colorways as well as classics are still well received, and its popularity in Europe is massive. It is also the most recent Nike runner to receive the hybrid treatment by combining its upper with an Air Max 360 midsole. -Zac, Sole Collector Magazine

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BRAND: Nike

RELEASE: 01/01/1998

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