Nike Still Going for Gold With Its New Air Presto & Air Max 90 Release

Gold fever continues.

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After weeks of gold colorway releases to celebrate the Rio Olympics, sportswear giant Nike continues its rollout of gold-focused colorways. The Air Presto Essential and Air Max 90 Essential silhouettes receive gold adornments that give a heightened luxury feel to the modern and classic footwear options. Gold hits appear of the TPU components of the Air Presto and on the tongue branding and upper paneling of the Air Max 90. Nike’s latest gold offerings should arrive at Nike Sportswear retailers soon, but for now you can pick them up at atmos for ¥12,500 JPY (approximately $120 USD) and ¥12,000 JPY (approximately $117 USD) respectively.

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