The Air Max 90 “Desert Ochre” has already popped up at retailers such as Fuel, but be sure to also keep your eye out for the drop stateside at authorized Nike stockists.To outfit you for the colder months ahead, Nike has dropped off a new “Dark Loden” colorway of its fall/winter-proper Air Max 90 Utility.The revamped model boasts an outer, zipped shroud covering the upper, as touches of black have been paired with the predominantly olive-colored spread. All in all, the kicks boast a noticeably military-inspired aesthetic.You can pick up your size of Nike’s new Air Max 90 Utility delivery today through brand providers such as Titolo.For more sneaker heat, take a look at the best kicks dropping this weekend.While we’ve been seeing various Flyknit options surface in recent weeks, Nike has made available yet another new revamp of the classic Air Max 90. Accordingly, here we get a look at the latest colorway of the Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0.
The “Militia Green” pair boasts a noticeable color-blocked look, featuring a dark grey hue at the toe box and a khaki shade on the midfoot and heel. A white midsole then breaks things up further underneath, as the accustomed Max Air unit is still present at the heel. Tonal laces accompany the Air Max model to complete the release.You can pick up your size of the new Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 today at select Swoosh stockists.A chapter in sneaker history has come to an end, as Rick Owens and adidas’ FW17 collection will be their last.
Beginning for one season early in 2013, the goal of the collaboration was to create fashionable running shoes for loyal Rick Owens fans. Eventually seeing the magnitude of the partnership, the German sportswear label continued the collection for several seasons after its initial run.Sharing fans and critics alike, either loving or hating some of of his creations such as the geometric Tech Runner, or the gravity defying Bladehigh — Rick helped make sneakers an integral part of today’s fashion.