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Nike Air Max 90 SP “Medal Pack” Headed For Air Max Day Release

Nike Air Max 90 SP “Medal Pack” Headed For Air Max Day Release

In just two weeks time, the Nike brand will be celebrating one of their most innovative technologies in history as March 26th marks the company’s traditional Air Max Day. Officially unveiling of their commemorative lineup today, the Swoosh announced that included in this assortment will be a trio of Air Max 90s fashioned with metallic exteriors – a design element that was once only available through the Nike By You platform. Drawing identical elements from its recent Air Force 1 “Liquid Metal” Pack that released last year, this forthcoming capsule imitates those very same constructions as each carries their own variation of foil-toned uppers including bronze, silver, and metallic gold options. Each are color-blocked down below with full angelic white finishes for the midsole/treading. Mark your calendars for a March 26th release, and find these dropping in women’s and toddler sizes on Nike.com and at select retailers.

In other news, check out an official look at the upcoming Melody Ehsani x Air Jordan Womens collaboration.

Nike Air Max 90 “Medal Pack”
Release Date: March 26th, 2020
Style Code: CQ6639-600 (Bronze)
Style Code: CQ6639-001 (Silver)
Style Code: CQ6639-700 (Gold)

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

Where to Buy

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