June 27, 2012 BY John Kim / 16
Just ask any New Yorker and he’ll tell you the same: pigeons will never disappear. Jeff Staple, who aggrandized the “pigeon” into a global phenomenon with his Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Pigeon’, hits us with another Nike speciality in the form of a Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse iD; composed with his classic pigeon colorway in mind (and inspired by a sneakerhead who designed it with Staple’s design at heart), this Air Max 90 Hyperfuse iD recaptures the 2005 magic with the simple grey, white, and orange tone. These are indeed a pair of iDs, but Jeff Staple amped it up with a specially designed Hupbox as well as a Staple Pigeon pin. Just 12 pairs of this special iD will be available at a first-come, first-serve basis this Saturday, June 30th at The Reed Space, so check out the additional angles below and let us know if you think another official Nike ‘Pigeon’ release is overdue!
how are these considered pigeon when they dont have the logo on em??? just bc its on the box and u get a pin f##k that
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Don't get me wrong. I love my AM90's (currents, moire and hyperfuse.) But $225 for some Nike I.D. and a clear plastic box? No thank you. You'll be better off going after the AM90 Premium Hyperfuse released overseas or the ones coming out now if you haven't already copped a pair from the NFL Draft Pack or the colorful "What That Max."
That stupid hupbox is like 40$ hahah Forget that. Hate hyperfuse but colorwy is nice for an orange pigeon that is all
i considered doing this colorway although i had the blocking slightly different. i think i might still do it but on some regular AM90s instead of the fuses