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Nike Air Max Flyposite Transformers Megatron Shoes Releasing Black Friday

By Jack on Saturday, November 17, 2012

Looks like the Nike Air Max Flyposite "Megatron" sneakers will be hitting the shelves on Black Friday November 23, 2012 at a retail price of $190.00. Word from SneakerFiles that these will be offered in limited quantities. Read more details on these shoes that are going to be gone in no time.
Next Friday, Nike Sportswear is set to introduce a special edition of the Nike Air Max Flyposite inspired by the best receiver in the NFL – Calvin Johnson.

Sporting a Black/Black-Court Purple-Wolf Grey colorway that pairs black nubuck with a purple, blue and silver gradient across the Foamposite shell, the kicks sit atop an icy outsole and feature a metallic silver grid across the Foam paneling, bright blue laces, a matching embroidered Swoosh and Megatron branding on the heel, custom insoles and inside the tongue.

Retailing for $190, look for the Nike Air Max Flyposite NRG “Megatron” to drop on November 23 in limited quantities.

Colorway: Black/Black-Court Purple-Wolf Grey
Release Date: 11/23/2012
Retail: $190
Product Code: 577637-001

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2:59 pm

Neat...but he should transform into a Soda Vending machine..... :tfevil  Didn't everyone want that figure from the original 2007 movie? That vending machine would have been fun.  Wasnt there an XBox too? 
4:26 pm

Did you want pictures? I could have taken some of mine.  
4:09 pm

Thanks to the HKTF facebook page, we have some new images of the Transformers Generation Megatron repaint into the Calvin Johnson Nike edition action figure. Whats interesting is the colors are not those of the Detroit Lions, but the Decepticons faction. This figure has been officially announced and... read more 
12:43 pm

I'm glad I got this figure on ebay from lena for $10!  
12:07 am

So if you buy a pair of those shoes it comes with the figure? :schin  
4:12 pm

Its the Cybernetic Space Cube! Hey anyone who buys the shoes, can I have the box? it looks like the best part of the deal.  
2:47 pm

Horrible shoe color and design(IMHO) and yet another high priced repaint.  Go out for a PASS "megatron".  
9:42 pm

Nike Football champions the TRANSFORMERS "More Than Meets the Eye" qualities of Calvin Johnson, Jr. by teaming up with Hasbro on the Nike CJ81 Megatron Trainer Max. As a special addition, the Nike CJ81 Megatron Trainer Max is sold with a first ever Hasbro TRANSFORMERS action figure designed for an a... read more 
formerly nortagem
9:23 pm

Too expensive for shoes in my opinion.   They should transform for that price! :P 
4:45 pm

Too expensive for shoes in my opinion.  
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