This Women’s Nike Air Max 90 “Sesame” Is Available Now

This Women’s Nike Air Max 90 “Sesame” Is Available Now

While countless collectors eagerly await the return of the Nike Air Max 90 “Bacon,” the model has emerged in dozens of impressive, in-line arrangements. Case in point: A “Sesame/Barely Volt/Summit White” colorway for women.

Newly-launched, the pair features a mesh and synthetic leather upper, with eye-stays and branded detailing constructed from standard TPU. Akin to premium iterations of the Air Force 1, the latest take on Tinker Hatfield’s 31-year-old design mostly indulges in a light tan hue. “Barely Volt” flair enters the mix across the profile cutouts and heel logo, with waffle-patterned outsoles also boasting the faint neon green tone. Elsewhere, the iconic Air Max silhouette dons a simple “colorless” midsole solution.

Enjoy official images of this women’s Air Max 90 here below, and head over to Nike.com right now to secure your pair.

For more from the NIKE, Inc. family, check out the the Air Jordan 11 Low “Citrus” set to launch in May.


Nike Air Max 90

SKU: DD9677-200
RELEASE DATE: Mar 17, 2021

US 03/17/2021 Wednesday

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