Nike hasn’t officially unveiled its full “Kiss My Airs” collection, but the brand has prepped two beloved models from the revolutionary Air Max family. Recently, Tinker Hatfield’s 31-year-old Air Max 90 has made its entry into the capsule, donning understated safari print coupled with bold crimson accents.
While not completely a two-tone arrangement like popular Roshe Run pairs of yesteryear, the forthcoming release dons a predominantly greyscale arrangement throughout its upper. Mudguards indulge in the aforementioned wild pattern, which Hatfield created in 1987, while the accompanying branded TPU window dons a vibrant red tone. The upcoming collection’s namesake sits right above the protective overlay on the lateral heel. Elsewhere, the contrasted scarlet hue animates the midsole’s foam component and visible Airbag, creating an eye-catching look.
An official Nike.com release date is unknown, but this pair is likely to launch before summer. In the meantime, enjoy images of the shoes here below.
For more from the Swoosh, check out the sacai VaporWaffle “Dark Iris” rumored to launch in autumn.
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Nike Air Max 90 “Kiss My Airs”
Release Date: 2021
Color: Black/Dark Grey/Laser CrimsonMens: $130
Style Code: DJ4626-001
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