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Nike's Air Max Breathe Free II a Definite Winner!

August 30, 2004 10:58 AM
The Air Max Breathe Free II replaces the Air Zoom Breathe Free in the Nike 2004 shoe line-up. Already popular on the pro tour, the Air Max Breathe Free II features several updates from last year's Air Zoom model.


In the heel, an Air Max unit replaces the Zoom Air unit of the original Breathe Free. The Air Max unit offers a more elevated and cushioned ride in the heel area of

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the 2004 shoe. Zoom Air remains in the forefoot, and the low to the ground feel of the original Breathe Free is retained.


The Air Max Breathe Free II comes with a durability guaranteed outsole Ð the Air Zoom Breathe Free did not. In addition to the 6 month guarantee, the Air Max Breathe Free II features a new and unique traction pattern, quite different from the featured traditional herringbone pattern of the Air Zoom Breathe Free.

Also revised for the Air Max Breathe Free II is the midfoot design. With the newly designed midfoot, Nike claims the Air Max Breathe Free II offers improved ventilation, stability and durability.

Tennis Warehouse let their team loose in the new Air Max Breathe Free IIs for a three-week playtest. Read on to find out the results.

 

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