Nike Adds the Air Max 90 to the "Moving Company" Family
Following the first Air Force 1 and Air Max 97 installments.
In August last year, Nike revealed the “Moving Company” theme, with the footwear giant using the Air Force 1 silhouette as its opening installment. Following the AF1, Nike then unveiled its Air Max 97 as a natural succesor, featuring references to the fictional company on the tongues and sock liners.
Now, it lands on the Air Max 90 with a unique “Sail/White-Ashen Slate-Hemp” color palette. This new offering comes constructed in a mix of materials — such as leather, mesh, and suede — with a selection of decorative embroidery across the mudguards and lateral sides. Furthermore, customary “Moving Company” motifs hit the lateral ankle and insoles to complete the design.
You can take a closer look at the Air Max 90 “Moving Company” above and it will be available on the official Nike website and with select retailers from February 9 for $140 USD.
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