Nike Shoots Its Air Max 90 Into the Galaxy
The Beaverton-based brand explores space with its latest colourway. Rumour has it that a Nike Air Max 90 "Galaxy" might drop soon, apparently borrowing the details of the legendary Nike Air Foamposite One NRG "Galaxy" from 2012. A clear structure and the space-ready theme now adorn the old classic from the '90s.
The Air Foamposite One on the other hand, shows a much bigger intergalactic upper. The AM90 uses the multi-coloured pattern on the tongue, toe box and collar, while the side panels, mudguard and laces contrast in black and round off the alien design.
Nike's brandings take the theme to heart and feature a metallic look reminiscent of NASA space suits. In addition, there are white speckled windows, red and blue accents, and a special hang tag with a "SN.2020" print, which presumably refers to the supernova that was discovered in early January.
Don't Miss the Release of the Nike Air Max 90 "Galaxy"
The alien style looks absolutely brilliant. Unfortunately, there is no official release date yet. But we will stay tuned and inform you as soon as the latest news is out.
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