In celebration of the silhouette’s 30th anniversary, Nike will be launching a wide variety of colorways and options for its Air Max 90. Following the drop of some of its most iconic archival patterns for the sneaker as well as its collaborative effort with UNDEFEATED, the sportswear giant has now released a spring-ready light-toned model.
This time around, Nike has dressed its retro silhouette in a pristine “White Chlorophyll” mesh upper with black and white contrasting suede panels and overlays, offering a cleaner look for the warmer months. A welcome dash of color joins the mix in the form of a leaf green tone carried on the shoe by the lace guards, the “Air Max” badge by the heel, the Nike logo on the tongue, the bubble unit by the midsole, and on the outsole.
For those interested in Nike’s latest Air Max 90 “White Chlorophyll,” it is available now over at atmos’ webstore for ¥12,000 JPY (approximately $115 USD).
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