The Nike Air Max 90 Adds “Scream Green” To Its GORE-TEX Lineup

Constructed with water-resistant materials.

The Nike Air Max 90 Adds “Scream Green” To Its GORE-TEX Lineup

Over the past few months, Nike has reintroduced weather-resistant GORE-TEX materials to its upcoming winter lineup. Collaborating with the Air Max 90 on a handful of outfits so far, the iconic Tinker Hatfield design remains ready to meet the elements head-on with this “Scream Green” infused colorway.

Mirroring the same shade of green that appears on the silhouette’s upcoming suede and nubuck construction, the pictured proposition remains grounded to the model’s original tooling in more ways than its mesh and leather build. Composing the same light grey quarter and jet-black overlay that graced its OG “Infrared” effort, this green accented pair follows suit with crisp white mesh base layers and dark grey profile swooshes. GORE-TEX branding at the heel harkens to the upper’s water-repellant feature while vibrant “Scream Green” accents fill the heel tab, midsole, tread and the first quarter overlay.

Enjoy a detailed look at the Nike Air Max 90 GORE-TEX “Scream Green” below as we await further release details.

In other news from the Beaverton brand, check out where to buy the Kobe 6 “Reverse Grinch”.


Nike Air Max 90 Gore-Tex

SKU: HF1045-121

US 2024

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