The AM90 sports a colorway very reminiscent of the aforementioned “Infrared” pair, but swaps out much of its black paneling for white-toned elements. Overall, the sneaker adopts a deconstructed aesthetic thanks to its rough-edged finish that’s most notable on the black collar, as well as on the white suede mid-section where you’ll spot contrasting topstitching.
Nike has added the interior structural support on the exterior of the shoe which gives the sneaker definition on the outside, and this clear panel continues around the back of the shoe to cover the heel. Elsewhere, the pair sports Air Max branding in a warped finish on the lateral rear-quarter, as well red scribbling over the Air unit on the midsole.
More deconstruction can be found on the eyestay placket, while details such as the branding on the tongue have been stripped back to its bare essentials.
The Nike Air Max 90 PRM “White” is set to release at retailers such as AFEW Store on December 10 for €159.95 EUR (approx. $193 USD). Take a closer look at the pair above.
In other news, BAIT and Nike Japan are releasing an A5 waygu-inspired Air Force 1.