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Nike Inverts The Tongue Logo On This Air Max 90

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We’re not even halfway through 2020 and what an exciting year it has already been for Nike’s beloved Air Max 90 as its 30th anniversary library continues to expand with new styles. Building off of its momentum accumulated by unveilings of its upcoming orange duck camo colorway, and Supernova 2020 Foot locker exclusive, the Sportswear staple is now giving us a peek into yet another future GR option. From a bird’s eye view, these might simply seem like a simple two-toned colorway, but these possess a few interesting details. For one, if you take a look at the tongues you’ll notice that the Nike Air branding has been inverted somewhat similar to how Travis Scott has remixed his Air Force 1s in the past. Additionally, the toe box breaks up its mostly black/green complexions with a multi-colored layer reminiscent of an oil spill. Scroll down to capture a a more detailed view, and find these dropping quietly on Nike.com and at select Swoosh retailers in the coming weeks.

For other news, Bright Citrus Jordan 11 Lows are dropping next year.

UPDATE (06/02/2020):
This Nike Air Max 90 is currently available at select retailers in Europe.

Nike Air Max 90
Color: Dark Smoke Grey/Barely Volt
Style Code: CZ0378-001

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