Nike Air Max 90 EM – Black – Grey – Red

October 12, 2012 BY / 5

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Next year will see Nike Sportswear take a step sideways from their Hyperfuse updates, as the Swoosh’s heritage brand readies each of its Air Max running staples for an Engineered Mesh upgrade.  Joining the Air Max 1, AM95 and 97 is the Nike Air Max 90 EM, pictured above in a black and grey look with red accents whose speckled midsole adds an offroad twist to the aggressive palette.  We already know that Engineered Mesh will also play a major role on the Zoom Kobe VIII and possibly Eric Koston’s next Nike SB signature, so stick with Sneaker News to see how far the NSW EM push goes and let us know what you think of this pair of Ninetys.


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5 comments
thebeaner
thebeaner

agree on these... only thing missing from max 90, materials are poor,,,, well, nike across the board... but again why do i keep buying them LOL

_Myles
_Myles

Ooookeep them coming!

J crack
J crack

Not bad I liked to see more pics

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