The shoe is detailed with a myriad of contrasting textures, starting with the pebble-grain leather tongue at the top of the shoe. A suede “Nike” patch logo is placed just above a set of bright red laces that are looped through black and bright neon rubber eyelet panels. Breathable mesh fabrics appear at the upper quarters, complemented by smooth pony hair at the toebox. Furthermore, a light purple Swoosh is sewn atop ostrich leather sidewalls, while faux-croc mudguards, a crisp white midsole and a thin, iced-out semi-translucent outsole round off the design.
Nike’s Air Max 90 “Violet Blend” will be available on July 31, 9 p.m. EDT on Nike China’s website for $142 USD.
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