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Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White
 
Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White
Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White

Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White

  • Name: Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White
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Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White Description

Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White
Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White
Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White
Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White
Nike Air Griffey Max 1 “MLB All-Star” Metallic Silver/University Blue-Black-White

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Inspired by last year’s All-Star Game at Flushing’s Citi Field, both shoes – the Air Trainer SC MLB All-Star and Air Griffey Max 1 MLB All-Star – features a grey/black/white/blue style on their classic silhouettes, while boasting an allover ‘grid’ design borrowed from Queens’s famed Unisphere. (That’s the globe/sphere sculpture that dates back to the 1964 New York World’s Fair, in case you were unaware.)