The shoe comes with a sleek black tongue, complemented by tonal laces that cover the forefoot. Bold “Infrared”-colored rubber panels appear along the front eyelets, heel counter, sidewalls, midsole and outsole, complemented by full-grain leather at the quarters. One distinctive detail is the shoe’s rubber heel patch, which often comes with “Nike” branding. This panel has been left blank, along with the small sidewall patch. Resting below the shoe’s suede mudguards is a crisp white midsole that smoothly tapers off towards the front.
Nike’s gray Air Max 90 will be available on Oct 30, 4 a.m. EDT on 43einhalb’s website for $186 USD.
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