Nike Sportswear take a trip to the world of reptiles with its latest “Tree Snake” edition of the Air Max 90. Featuring a colorway concoction of poison green, black and neutral grey, the “Tree Snake” is complete with snakeskin accents for this new take on the classic silhouette. First produced in 1990 under the moniker of the Air Max II, the 90 range changed its name to that of its year of release when reissued in 2000. Since then the Air Max 90 has become one of the most popular silhouettes in the Nike Air series alongside the Air Max 1 and Air Max 95. Now the iconic sneaker appears in this latest design, taking influence from the vibrant tree snake to create an exciting color and textile combination.
Source: Sneaker Freaker