Nike Air Max 2090: This is your first official look

Posted: 23 January 2020 10:26 am


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Dubbed the shoe of the future by Nike – find out when and where you can shop the new Air Max 2090.

The Air Max line is scoring a brand new addition – a new design of the Air Max 2090 silhouette. Why should you care? Well, it's been dubbed the current shoe of the future by Nike. If you're a total sneakerhead, you need to check these out.

The sneakers were first previewed on the feet of LeBron James. It arrives in perfect timing to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Max 90, though these have more of a futuristic look to them.

You've still got some of the signature components on the Air Max 90: the mudguards, cassette and the heel logo. However, we are loving the new additions.

The main section of the shoe is pure white with colour-blocking accents of red, blue and black. The most supportive materials are 100% opaque, and the least supportive (and lighter weight) materials are see-through.

If you're after all-day comfort, then the Air Max 2090 can provide that for you. It's equipped with a much larger Air unit than the original, with a 200% larger window. Some of the other modern elements include the cropped Swoosh and the flexible grooves.

Release date: March 2020.

Where to shop: The most obvious place to shop is of course Nike online. We're not sure which Aussie stockists will also carry the style. In the meantime, you can shop the brand from THE ICONIC, HYPE DC, Platypus Shoes and JD Sports.

For more, you can check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a comprehensive list of release dates.



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Looking for more of the latest sneaker drops? We've got you covered. We're currently obsessing over the HUMAN MADE x adidas Stan Smith and the new Valentine's Day 2020 collection from Nike.

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