Why you need to see Nike’s Air Max 90 City Pack 2020
Find out when and where you can shop this Air Max 90, inspired by different uniforms from all over the world.
Ever since the Air Max 90 turned 30, we've seen an abundance of new and fresh designs. Allow us to now divert your attention to the City Pack – a collection of five sneakers that you need to start obsessing over.
Which cities have copped a dedicated shoe? If you reside in New York, Paris, London, Tokyo and Shanghai, we've got some good news for you.
Instead of the landscape and architecture of the city, Nike has decided to draw inspiration from something a little different – the cities' most characteristic professions. The iconic postmen and postwomen from London can now rock a shoe styled with their signature stamp, one that is dressed in a dark red/navy colourway.
The bakers in Paris and the firemen in New York have inspired the colour themes of their respective sneakers. Reflective accents and badges have been added to showcase the importance of their uniforms.
The Tokyo taxi drivers and Shanghai delivery drivers haven't been forgotten either, with a dark teal and blue/yellow colourway respectively. This city pack is definitely a collector's item... so which one will you be picking up?
The official release date has been set as the 30 January. This has been listed as the US release date, so we're expecting the shoes to reach Aussie retailers in weeks that follow.
You'll be able to shop from Nike online, although we're not sure which stockists will also sell the style. In the meantime, you can shop the rest of the Nike range from stores like JD Sports, Platypus Shoes and Hype DC.
You can check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, release dates and best deals.
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