The Nike Air Max Flair can be best described as the low-top version of the Nike Air More Uptempo, due to its similarities.
While the Nike Uptempo was built more for the court, the Nike Air Max Flair is a more stylish pair for training purposes.
One of the major comparisons between the two is the large “AIR” branding overlaying the shoe’s sleek upper. It also includes a full-length Air Max unit, with an inner bootie to ensure comfort.
Nike Sportswear is set to debut the Air Max Flair in February as part of Foot Locker Europe’s “Hottest Month Ever” campaign. No word yet on a stateside release, so stay tuned for updates.
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