The Nike Air Max Lunar90 Glacier “Night Factor” offers a fresh update on the timeless trainer. Lunarlon cushioning takes the place of the formerly phylon midsole, framing the iconic Air Max unit. Taking down the upper, the standard leather and mesh are revamped thanks to no-sew Hyperfuse technology, with the design lines upheld by the use of multiple colors up top. Check out the “Night Factor” Air Max Lunar90 for yourself over at Nike, where it’s available for $130.
Nike Air Max 90
Dropping weight for the summer, the Nike Air Max 90 and Nike Air Max Light team up as we get a preview of the upcoming Nike Air Max “Barefoot” Pack. Lightening up via the use of a combination of Hyperfuse, Engineered Mesh and taped seams, both silhouettes show up in featherweight form, with the Air Max 90 taking it a step further, implementing a Free-infused outsole. April 2014 is the target release timeframe that you can expect this set to show up at Nike retailers, so until then, scribe your thoughts on the pack in the comments section.
The latest version of the iconic Air Max 90 comes in “Ice” form, nicknamed after the shoe’s see-through outsole that exposes the underlying materials. Coming in three fresh colorways, the Nike Air Max 90 Ice features a triangular pattern set across the seamless taped upper. Vivid colors combine to make up each of the Grey/Blue, Red/Lime, and Purple/Orange style codes. Get an up-close and personal look at all three SKUs in the gallery above, and get any element of the trio when they release February 21st at select Swoosh retailers, including shopnicekicks.
The Nike Air Max 90 has seen many a remix. Maybe that’s why it’s still in heavy rotation two decades later. In today’s Live Look, we profile the Nike Air Max 90 Ice “Gym Red” release. A Hyperfuse upper takes well to geometric print, while a translucent midsole shines light on Phylon and Air Max cushioning. Look for them to launch this Friday at shopnicekicks.com.
The latest in the long legacy of the Nike Air Max 90 is a new colorway for the ladies that stays true to the model’s origins. Maintaining the classic design, the Nike WMNS Air Max 90 Essential has timeless style with documented comfort. This colorway features a nylon base with premium leather upper overlays, set with classic five-hue blocking. White and black combine with light base grey on the foundation, while diffused jade and atomic violet provide the color. Check out with a pair today for $110 from Nike.
Dank Customs applies the hybrid theory once again on the Gel Max 90 “Flamingo” Custom. A split tongue reconstructs the Nike retro runner to ASICS appropriation while tones of grey, orange and blue revise it in Ronnie Fieg fashion. Check out this one-of-one JW Danklefs creation in the photos below. Let us know in the comment section if this is a custom you’d rock.
Behold the Nike Air Max 90-2014 “Infrared”. The latest take on the ever-iconic colorway and model sees tech taken up another notch. Sleek, synthetic construction leaves mesh, leather and stitching in the dust, resting atop a full-length Air unit. Joining many other high profile releases, the Nike Air Max 90-2014 “Infrared” is set to launch tomorrow at Nike.
Woven and knit uppers are the latest and greatest from Nike, but the method used to create the upcoming Nike Air Max 90 Jacquard “Laser Crimson” is age-old. Intertwining the upper like a modern design, this Air Max 90 gets its inspiration from the jacquard weaving process from the 1800s that threads four colored yarns through a black base. Very intricate and detailed, the process produces a one-piece upper for a lighter and more flexible body. A slitted natural motion outsole makes this model more lightweight and dynamic, and the new “Laser Crimson” style code adds even more fire. Get a pair of these special edition updated classics on February 15th for $150.