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The Nike Air Max 90 Returns In The Celebrated Hyper Jade Colourway

Nike Air Max 90 Hyper Jade

The Nike Air Max 90 model is also generally known as the Air Max III, however the official name of the sneaker changed in 2000 after its re-release.

The original name was connected with Tinker Hatfield’s third Air Max runner design for Nike. However, the second name of the shoe marked a huge change for the history of the early 90s silhouette becoming more associated with the year of its original release.

Nike Air Max 90 Hyper Jade

The first Air Max 90 to be released in 1990 had the famous “infrared” colourway, and over the last 29 years has gone through a variety of updated colourways. The sneaker features a mesh upper, the iconic Air Max cushioning technology to the midsole, medial “Air Max” branding, and “Nike Air” motifs on the heel and tongue tabs. Years after the original release, the kicks are still gaining huge attention among sneaker collectors and enthusiasts due to its original running design and comfort. Now you can easily bring attention to yourself more than ever before with the latest Nike Air Max 90 “Hyper Jade” re-release.

Nike Air Max 90 Hyper Jade

The Nike Air Max 90 Hyper Jade trainer last dropped nearly five years ago. The shoe consists of traditional materials such as synthetic leather and mesh. The polyurethane midsole provides durability and stability. The model is dressed in vibrant “Hyper Jade” and “Court Purple’ hues which look perfect on the grey-scale palette. This accent has a similar colour blocking as the famous Air Max 90 “Infrared” model, even though the mentioned sneakers features the notable crimson red colour.

Nike Air Max 90 Hyper Jade

The Nike Air 90 Max Hyper Jade trainer is available from Nike stockists worldwide such as afew-store.com. In other recent sneaker news you can also check out the Nike Air Max 97 All Star Jersey trainer which drops next weekend.

Aneliya Digimbayeva
Aneliya Digimbayeva

Aneliya is a current student of English philosophy. Originally from Kazakhstan, and now based in Poland. She is interested in streetwear culture and the basics of running a streetwear brand.

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