The Nike Air Max 90 wasn’t the first sneaker with a visible Air unit, but it’s become one of the most popular since it came out in 1990.
Metallic blue swooshes add a retro vibe
Tinker Hatfield’s now-iconic design was recently shown in a summery costume consisting entirely of “White” and being animated by hits of “Metallic Blue.” The swooshes on the profile take use of the shimmering finish, while the TPU panels along the tongue and the “NIKE AIR” emblems at the top of the tongue differ in matte variations of the color’s namesake tone. Additionally, greyscale components may be seen in other areas of the pair, with the most noticeable locations being at the spine and the Air Max cassette located underfoot.
The new “Metallic Blue” version of the Air Max 90 looks like a good new colorway from Nike Sportswear. It’s not too flashy or gaudy but has its own style, and the way it works will get you a lot of use out of it. Fans of the AM90 will probably like it, especially those who like this kind of style.