As the colorway’s name suggests, this iteration is covered with blue uppers in a variety of materials that give the shoe’s body some textural contrast. A vintage “Nike” tag appears at the top of the tongue as well as on the shoe’s rubber logo at the heel. A crisp white Swoosh appears at the sidewalls, while suede panels appear along the quarters and the mudguards. Blue satin is placed around the toebox and ankles as well. All of these details rest over a clean two-toned midsole with a translucent Air sole unit as a final touch to the shoe’s bold design.
No official release dates have been confirmed but Nike’s Air Max 90 “Signal Blue” is expected to land soon on the label’s website for $140 USD.
In case you missed it, here’s a look at a glow-in-the-dark iteration of the Air Max 90 “Black/Volt.”