Nike marks 30 years of the AM90 with the AM2090, the AM Verona and the AM FlyEase


Nike marks the anniversary of the iconic Air Max 90 with three new silhouettes; the AM2090, the AM Verona and the AM FlyEase.

With the Air Max 2090 Nike have looked to what the future holds. The Air Max 2090 leverages the same DNA that made the Air Max 90 trainer so iconic 30 years ago and are therefore the company’s current shoe of the future. There’s something about if for sure and this might be one for the anniversary collection. Check that futuristic backtab! Look for the 2090 to drop very soon.


The Air Max Verona is based on the very first women’s-focused Air Max shoe – the Air Verona. The Air Max Verona was released in 1992 and this new silhouette pays homage to the original running trainer and joins a great line of female exclusive Air Max trainers that includes the Nike Air Max Thea and the Nike Air Max Dia. Interesting one this, we like the chunky build and the nods to the AM90 with the volt and the infra, we’ll leave this one with you so let us know your thoughts.

The Nike Air Max Verona releases globally February 15.


For the third new Nike Air Max instalment Nike have reimagined their use of FlyEase technology and have applied it to a Sportswear trainer for the first time, combining the technology with the original 1990 Air Max 90 design. We’re strangely into this one and at least for once you won’t have to worry about mashing the back of your kicks down. And on a serious note the model will help those with mobility issues and that’s super well thought out from a design perspective for us! Wonder if we will see an infrared makeup???

The Air Max 90 FlyEase releases globally March 9.


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