As evidenced by the Air Force 1 earlier this morning, Nike is making large strides in their International Women’s Day preparations. Alongside, they’ve provided us glimpses at a number of upcoming women’s exclusives, including this Air Max 90, which follows in the aforementioned pair’s example as it emulates the “enduring spirit of Mexican women.”
How this is achieved is rather distinct relative to its AF1-shaped counterpart. The Air Max 90, which colors dark primarily, is steered by its added, cosmetic elements. For instance, much of the construction is subtly overlaid with puff prints, ones that ostensibly take the shape of cultural motifs. Then, in parallel, glitter is applied to quite a few of the accents: the eye stay molds, dubrae, heel tab, and tread, all also visually similar in their use of purple hues. Elsewhere, the design is then completed by way of the tongue whose imagery replaces the usual branding for one much more festive.
For a detailed look at these, see below. Though they’ve since released in Asia, it’ll likely be a couple more months until we see the colorway stateside on Nike.com and select retailers.
In other news, the Jordan 6 Carmine official releases tomorrow.
Where to Buy
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Nike Air Max 90 SE
Release Date: 2021
Color: Black/Off-Noir/Light Arctic Pink/Wild VioletWomens: $140
Style Code: DD5517-010
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