After dropping the peppy “Viotech 2.0,” Nike is reintroducing its OG color blocking scheme on the Air Max 90. Primarily crafted with a suede upper, the bright hits of blue, black, red and its namesake purple create the beloved iteration’s eye-catching motif, highlighted by a mesh collar in teal and orange and black eyestays. The iteration’s grey laces and mesh tongue offer a calmer disparity in the midst of its crazy colors, while branding hits in various hues on the suede brown panel swoosh, orange Air Max emblem, black leather tongue tag and an orange Nike Air logo on the heel. The shoe rests on a white and orange midsole accompanied by a transparent window, with a purple and orange outsole to complete the look.
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