The Nike Air Max 90 “Moving Company” Features Ornate Mudguard Embroidery

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Following a lengthy hiatus, The Swooshes faux “Moving Company” is returning to the brand’s iconic cushioning series by coordinating an earthy array of hues across the Nike Air Max 90.

Previously employed across the near entirety of the Beaverton brand’s lifestyle offerings, a tonal wash of light cream lays claim to the ballistic mesh base layer and presiding canvas overlays. Further brightened by way of crisp white laces, tongue tabs and midfoot Swooshes, the horizontally ridged overlays indulge in light brown and green embellishments while the heel’s brown base comes accented by dark grey branding. Flipping the latter aesthetic along the topographical embroidery found on the grey midfoot overlay, the clad white midsole pairs with the aforementioned light brown hue surrounding the green-tinted Air Max bubble underfoot while yellow snail hang tags attribute the model’s inclusion within the brand’s imaginary moving company.

Enjoy official images of the Nike Air Max 90 “Moving Company” below while we sit tight on further release details.

In other news, the Nike Terminator Low indulges in the University of Michigan’s iconic tonal palette.


Nike Air Max 90 "Moving Co."

SKU: DV2614-100
RELEASE DATE: Feb 2, 2023

US 02/02/2023 Thursday

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