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Nike Air Total Max Uptempo White/Green Review

The Nike Air Total Max Uptempo White/Green is a new colorway of a 90’s shoe that’s been attached to multiple great players such as Reggie Miller and David Robinson. If a nice, fresh sneaker and all those nostalgic feels are what you’re looking for, then these should suit you just fine. However, if you prioritize material quality over anything else in a shoe, these might not be for you. At the end of the day, people who really want this blast from the past will buy it and we don’t think they’ll regret it.

Check out Chris’s thoughts on the Air Total Max Uptempo White/Green in the video and article.

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What’s in the video?

In the video, Chris provides detailed information from all the usual categories, providing the in depth information you need. He supplies expert level opinions on the materials, cushioning, traction, support, and fit. Here’s some of what he discusses:

  • Brand new colorway
  • Players who wore this shoe
  • Milky outsole
  • Waffle and herringbone traction
  • Rear window
  • Full-length Air Max unit
  • Air Max unit seams
  • Phylon midsole
  • Metallic heel piece
  • Nice ribbed leather
  • Garbage overlays
  • Tongue Uptempo logo
  • Scottie Pippen connections
  • Sizing recommendations

As an added bonus, Mrs. Wing tries to be patient as we all wait for Chris’ story.

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Watch the full video by pressing play above or by clicking here to watch on YouTube.

How to Buy the Nike Air Total Max Uptempo White/Green

  • Colorway: White/White/Classic Green
  • Release Date: August 20, 2021
  • Style Code: CZ2198-101
  • Retail Price: $170

The Nike Air Total Max Uptempo White/Green is available now for $170 at Nike.

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