Nike Embellishes Air Max 90 With Bright Tri-Toned Accents

Detailing reflective gray stripes.

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Nike has served up a bright tri-toned iteration of the Air Max 90, a follow-up to the label’s similarly colored “USA” model first unveiled last month.

The shoe is detailed with a bevy of contrasting materials, bold colors and patterns that call attention towards major parts of the silhouette. A shiny silver tag is placed at the top of the tongue, popping out from its crisp white mesh foundation. “Bright Blue” highlights appear at the upper eyelet panel, complemented by a “Midnight Navy”-colored panel around the forefoot, finished off by a striking “University Red” side Swoosh. Furthermore, patterns of reflective gray stripes are scattered along full-grain leather uppers. All of these details rest over a clean white midsole that’s rounded off by the sneaker’s transparent Air sole cushioning system.

Nike’s Air Max 90 “White/University Red” is currently available on the label’s website for $158 USD.

Most recently, Nike has unveiled new details of its ISPA Road Warrior.

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