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Nike Air Max 90 Spirit Level in Denim and Corduroy coming

The Nike Air Max 90 released in 1990 is always considered to be the second flagship sneaker of Nike’s Air Max legacy. Recently, NikeiD has added the Japan-inspired Indogo design options for this series. Coming next is a new Nike Air Max 90 dressed in a simple light blue.

Constructed with denim and corduroy uppers, this Air Max 90 is expected to feature a number of Japanese-inspired patterns or plain dark-washed indigo for your customization pleasure. In addition, there will be off-white midsoles and a classic gum outsole which give it flexibility.

It is rumored that one of the biggest guitarists, John Mayer, created his own collaboration on the customization site too. As an aficionado of streetwear and sneakers alike, Mayer has been creating different colorways of various Air Max silhouettes. Now he has unveiled his plan by introducing the Nike Air Max 90 ‘Spirit Level‘.

The specific release date for this Nike Air Max 90 in denim and corduroy has yet to be announced, but it should be expected to be available in the near future. You could check back with us for updated information.

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Nike Air Max 180 OG ‘Ultramarine’ Returning in 2018

We gave you info regarding a release of Nike Air Max 90 White and Black,Turns out,another og release is coming back as well Nike Air Max 180 OG ‘Ultramarine’ Returning in 2018.
The last time that we seen this OG Nike Air Max 180 Ultramarine is back in 2013.This sneaker is constructed on the same color scheme of original Sail,solar Red and Ultramarine.Featuring an air cushion that was 50% larger than anything that had came before it, with the 180 degrees of visibility that gave this shoe its name. Given the full vintage treatment, this OG edition retains everything that made it an all time classic.

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