Combining “Phantom,” “Vivid Green,” and “Olive Aura” hues, the sneaker has received a fresh makeover from Tinker Hadfield’s original design that dropped 32 years ago. Pull tabs have been integrated at the top of the tongue, while the wider mesh patterns and canvas profile Swooshes bring a fresh lease of durability. Newly-introduced, semi-translucent midsoles are also visible, giving a slight peak at the Crater Foam cushioning. Completely recycled fabrications are used this time around too, with the waffle-patterned thread using sustainably-sourced Grind materials.
You can have a closer look at Nike’s Air Max 90 Terrascape “Vivid Green” above and it will be available on the official Nike website in the coming weeks.
In other footwear news, the Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 is set to release with multi-colored pods.