While most of Nike Sportswear’s attention tends to focus toward adult male consumers, the brand has started making more of an effort to hook up both females and kids with intriguing selection. Next up for the latter are these nike schuhe damen
joints that combine that color with black and grey to create an aesthetic that arrives just in time for the Summer. If you’re looking for another Air Max iteration to add to your collection, then look no further as these colorful 90s for the kids are currently available from NSW retailers.
Nike’s unique nike air max 90 damen
, a fusion silhouette far before “fusion” was a widely-used term in the sneaker lexicon, is set to return to market this week in the classic “University Red” colorway. Originally released in extremely limited quantities circa 1992, the hybrid sneaker features an Air Max 1 upper combined with an Air Max 90 midsole and outsole for a unique retro look. A bold red leather mudguard and swoosh provide a striking pop of flair on the white/grey upper, and the classic midsole arrives in a tonal white with a translucent Air Max bubble that helps push attention to the bright red accents.
After Nike’s globally-inspired “Flag Pack” consisting of an Air Max Plus, an nike air max 90 herren
, and a Zoom Spiridon was unveiled last week, we now have a detailed look at the summer-ready Air Max 90 from the World Cup-inspired trifecta of shoes. Featuring a breathable white mesh upper with white leather overlays and a silver swoosh, the shoe’s defining feature arrives via the all-over flag print that adorns the shoe’s tongue, throat, and lateral/medial mudugards. The unique print is constructed of a veritable cornucopia of recognizable flags so the wearer can proudly represent their home country in style no matter where they may hail from.
Although Virgil Abloh‘s inside out nike air presto damen
has enjoyed a lion’s share of the headlines the past few weeks, a highly-desired collaboration isn’t all the classic shoe’s got going right now. The Presto Premium—a stately take on the speedy silhouette—has also arrived in two elevated colorways: a rich olive green and a bold burgundy. Both shoes feature the one-piece socklike upper that the Presto has become known for, but trade out the normal plastic midfoot cage and heel counter for rich tonal leather variations. Further premium detailing arrives via bold metallic bronze eyelets and a leather tongue patch/heel tab. The shoe doesn’t shy away from its origins however, as the speedy midsole and Duralon outsole are also left untouched.