A Medley Of Earth Toned Textiles Graces The Nike Air Max 90

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As we venture further into the Autumnal months, The Swooshes NSW arm is outfitting their full slate of Air cushioned silhouettes with flairs of casual aesthetics that meet sustainable textiles. Deriving its mainstay color from the Hemp plant, a collection of varying fabrics and earth-toned offerings extend throughout the latest Nike Air Max 90.

The anchoring olive green shade is rendered in the models wrapping suede overlay that houses turquoise “AIR MAX” branding at the heel while a complimenting chocolate brown is employed across the cracked leather panels of the upper, mudguard and vamp. Pistachio eyelets are utilized as an accenting shade working in tandem with its black counterpart and matching heel counter and tongue tab. At its base, a beige woven construction provides a brightened sampling alongside Sky Blue Swooshes done in a suede finish while the heels branding and semi-visible Air unit follow suit in the arctic hue. Underfoot, a charcoal and white midsole mixes with a gum tread for the final finishing touches.

Enjoy official images of the upcoming Air Max 90 “Hemp” while we anticipate further release details as they’re made available.

For more under the NIKE Inc. umbrella, the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Brooklyn” releases on September 13th.

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