Nike shoes usually have a "Swoosh" (their trademarked logo) on them. (Many of the Air Jordan shoes are exceptions.) However, Nike can't decide which end comes first on what is obviously some type of airfoil...
Like most Nike shoes, the Air Max Triax has the SWOOSH with the point at
the back of the shoe.
Nike did something backwards on this shoe. What were
they thinking? (There was another reversed model, the Air Check, where it looked
like a checkmark...)
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