The Nike Air Max 90 Nz
has been holding it down for nearly three decades, and yet Nike Sportswear continues to find new and exciting ways to present the classic running model. From Jacquard woven treatments to Flyknit and Lunar, new technology has always benefited the early 90s Air Max model. Today we get a look at the Air Max 90 Premium featuring a unique woven-like textile upper with an indigo pattern throughout while premium suede Swoosh branding blends into the obsidian midsole.
Nike Sportswear will also give us a special Nike Air Max 90 which has a similar theme to the previous showcased Nike Air Max 90 Ultra
. Once again they come in a Black and Mint Foam theme and is known as the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Essential.This Nike Air Max 90 comes with a predominate Black takeover while using textile. In addition we have White on the pipping while Mint Foam accents the Nike Air branding and hinted on the outsole. Completing the look is Glow in the Dark detailing.
This Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Essential
release comes in Pure Platinum, Gym Red, Black and White. Landing on the mudguard, Nike Swoosh and top eyelets is Gym Red while White and Black mix things up across the uppers. Using Hyperfuse through the uppers, White covers the midsole and outsole with hits of Red.Below you can check out additional photos of the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Essential in Gym Red and Black which will showcase how they look on feet. Currently they are now arriving.
After releasing in very limited quantities at only a few locations during the Air Max Day celebration this year, the Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit
will now be hitting an additional set of shops worldwide. Complete with its awesome stackable shoe box made from recycled industrial waste, the all-black Air Max 1 built in Flyknit and premium leather and designed by the founder of Miniwiz drops at select boutiques around the world.
The Nike Air Max Thea Nz
is currently in the fourth quarter of its first year. This pair based on Max Air flagships from days gone by is one of the only ladies-only Max runners on record, and given how well it fits in with that early 90s style, it probably won’t be the last. And hopefully this tonal grey edition with the Legend Red hits and Polarized Blue top eyelets won’t be the last colorway either, because this particular layout has a ton of potential across further color schemes.