Renowned retailer END. has captured the upcoming Nike Air Max 90 and 2090 “Reverse Duck Camo” in its latest editorial. The sneakers’ colorways of “Infrared/Black” have been reflected in the shoot, with clothing appearing in similar tones that also feature pops of red or nod to a camouflage-ready aesthetic, with the likes of cargo pants and chore jackets.
Nike’s offerings are inspired by the 2013 Air Max 90 “Duck Camos” that released in partnership with the Japanese retailer atmos. For 2020, the OG model gets a reversed camouflage finish with plenty more infrared touches, and also sees its contemporary Air Max 2090 added to the mix.
The Air Max 2090 comes in “Infrared/Black/Sage Green,” reimaging not only the Air Max 90’s DNA but also the original “Duck Camo” colorway. Unlike the AM90, the 2090’s use of camouflage is hidden under its all-black, semi-transparent textile uppers. In order to capture the spirit of both of these sneakers, END. has paired them with signature pieces from the likes of CAV EMPT, Champion and COMME des GARÇONS HOMME to tap the dark, utilitarian-inspired aesthetic of each shoe.
Take a look at END.’s Nike Air Max 90 and 2090 “Reverse Duck Camo” editorial in the gallery above. The pairs are set to release on March 26 via END. Launches for $195 USD and $209 USD, respectively. Each pair will also be sold at international retailers like Foot Locker.
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