September 22, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
Nike Sportswear introduced the Air Max 90 Hyperfuse last summer, but this heat and pressure laminated update has become so popular, it’s practically taking over NSW’s AM90 output. Or at least a corner of it, as we see a Nike Air Max 90 Premiums arrive without the ‘HYP’ box label tag, an apparent indication that Ninetys with traditional suede or leather mudguards are still considered part of the base series even when they utilize Fuse construction for the rest of the upper. This white camo edition has a black match as part an upcoming USA Track & Field pack, so click through to see more of its Reflective Silver detailing (looks great beneath translucent side panel Swooshes) and stick with Sneaker News for US release info.
Nike Air Max 90 Premium
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