In celebration of the shoe’s 25th anniversary, the trainer returns to it’s Tinker Hatfield-designed runner roots. Whilst we have been graced with many a adaptation of this style, the trainer returns to it’s iconic colour-way for the anniversary. The Nike Air Max 90 OG Infrared hasn’t been updated in any way, shape or form, no materials or colour changes have been made, so you are really getting a piece of history here.
The Nike Air Max 90 OG Infrared
One if the most iconic colour-ways deserves a space in your closet, so make sure you reserve your size come the drop date. With the bright colours running throughout they make the perfect summer shoe paired with shorts. However, with the muted colours you can get away with them being a autumn staple too.
- White mesh with grey suede overlays
- Black leather mudguard
- Infrared accents running throughout
- Branded tongue and side
- Visible air unit
- White flat laces
16th May 2015
The Air Cushioning Technology was first introduced in 1979. The use of the Air Cushioning in the midsole was to change the performance in the running shoe making them lightweight and flexible. During the 8 year period of development, the Nike Air component became larger, and a key feature in many of their shoes – increasing the comfort and flexibility of the trainers. The Air Max 90’s came about in the 90’s, duh. However, it moved away from it’s athletic roots and became a fashion sneaker favourite.
Where to buy a pair of Nike Air Max 90 OG Infrared
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