The Air Max sneaker has been a cult classic since its inception in 1987. From the comfort, stability, versatility, and it’s functionality. All in all it’s a practical everyday kind of shoe, that I fell in love with at an early age. Making it one of, if not my all time favorite sneaker. They may be a little on the expensive side but they serve the purpose, they are resilient, and have withstood the test of time. Well, since 87 this shoe has evolved more then just about any other, and like a fine wine, or a great song, it just seems the Air Max brand never loses it’s mojo. Recently, while I was on vacation (more to come on that vaca soon) killing time sipping tropical drinks at a hotel bar on the shore of Waikiki, Hawaii, I came across a sneaker review on my laptop, by a NYC sneaker blogger (Mr. Foamer Simpson) who I have been following for a bit and couldn’t help but appreciate not only the edit, but his way of comparing the 2015 Air Max to his hometown which is also the place where I was born (NYC), and I can completely relate. He has a unique perspective on the sneaker, and I hope you like it too. Hence, the reason why I have decided to share it here on my blog at Fatlace.
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