The latest version of the iconic nike air max thea black 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. It seems as though fatigues will never tire, as the Nike Air Max 90 SneakerBoot MC SP shows up in “Desert Camo.” Eschewing the notion of dark-toned boots, this redo of the rugged 90 opts for a lighter color scheme splotched with muted greens and browns. Fire hues highlight our first look at the Nike Air Max 90 ICE. This new iteration of the iconic Air Max runner restyles the sole with a translucent effect. A Dark Grey/Anthracite-Volt makeup mixes mature tones with sporty shades, carrying the colors on an array of materials.
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. The nike free 5.0 nz is known for their comfortable running shoe, and this Nike WMNS model is no different from the others. The women’s version of the comfortable Nike Free is made with a black polka dot seamless upper that sits on a black midsole and a white outsole. A Hyperfuse upper takes well to geometric print, while a translucent midsole shines light on Phylon and Air Max cushioning. Curated for harsher climates, suede cuts are coupled with canvas for a durable upper. Rising to the occasion as a mid-top and lining with a secure bootie, this variation does a bit more to differentiate itself from the original.
Nike Free will be rolling out a new silhouette this Spring with the nike free run nz. It’s always great to see something new from Nike’s Free Series and when it’s paired up with such a dynamic innovation like Flywire you know we’re all over it. If this sneaker looks somewhat familiar to you it’s because an almost identical version released back in 2015 known as the Nike Free Flyknit 5.0 SP HTM. It is now back 2 years later without the HTM branding and known as the Nike Free Flyknit NSW. The colorway pictured above features a Court Purple and Polarized Blue upper with black and white accents. porting a tonal Villain Red upper comprised of leather and synthetics with perforations for lightweight comfort, the model incorporates flex grooves for more natural movement and an extraordinary feel which features a strategically placed carbon rubber on the outsole for enhanced durability. All resting atop a Light Bone White Free 3.0 sole unit, finishing touches include matching laces and a dash of reflective 3M on the heel.