Most recently, it seems as though Nike has been focusing the vast majority of its attention onrevamping the Air Force 1 and Air Presto silhouettes – but now, we’re getting a look at one of the best Air Max 90 colorways released in a short while.Dubbed the “Desert Ochre” colorway, the new pair features a mix of grey accents on the side panels, midsole, tongue branding and heel. On the sneaker’s underlays, a premium brown suede was used while a light tan textile material pervades the overlays. Being a premium release, the sneaker offers a much-welcome departure from the Air Max 90’s typical mesh construction through such materials.The Air Max 90 “Desert Ochre” has already popped up at retailers such as Fuel, but be sure to also keep your eye out for the drop stateside at authorized Nike stockists.
After getting a first look at the Air Max 90 Flyknit over the summer, NikeLab has just released two new colorways of the revamped Air Max model.Optioned in a pair of tonal iterations, the Air Max 90 Flyknit of course boasts Flyknit construction on the upper, with suede accents on the blue pair and leather detail on the black edition. Both still feature the signature Max Air unit in the heel and are accompanied with matching laces.You can go ahead and pick up these NikeLab Air Max 90 Flyknits today through select Swoosh retailers such as the UK’s Foot Patrol.
Subscribe to Highsnobiety’s sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates on release dates, sneaker street style, shopping tips and more.After months of teasing, Nike finally gave us the first look at the new Flyknit version of the Air Max 1 Ultra. It is coming our way in three different colorways, but the brand must have decided that it still wasn’t enough to satisfy our need for Flyknit-lightness. A mere three days after this big reveal, Nike has one-upped itself with another Flyknit makeover of a classic sneaker: the Air Max 90.