These models sport mostly cream-colored uppers decorated with a handful of beige accents. Both shoes come with a small embroidery of a cork oak plant on the tongue, displayed next to a mini-Swoosh and the words “Fig. 5 Cork.” Popping out from the sidewalls is a light brown Swoosh made from cork, complemented by heel panels of the same texture. Besides these details, much of the uppers remain minimal, while a crisp white midsole and a thin cinder rubber outsole round off the understated designs.
No official dates have been revealed, but these Nike’s Air Max 90 “Cork” colorways are expected to release in the coming weeks on the label’s website for $120 USD.
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