September 8, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
Just when you think Nike Sportswear has done it all with the former Air Max III, they go and issue a novel blocking pattern that opens pandora’s box once again. This new Nike Air Max 90 suggests plenty of your favorite palettes would look dope with the mudguard and midsole blocked together, especially when the Air bubble window is colored with the same shade as all the branding elements. The roughly 50-50 split between black and white gives these a different kind of ‘dipped’ appeal than how we’ve been using that label, and is a sign of good things to come this season with a pre-order available now from End.
Nike Air Max 90
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