Nike has been serving up plenty of diverse takes of its perennial Air Max 90 silhouette. From a Michigan Wolverines-esque colorway to a neutral pack of “Light Smoke Grey” and “Obsidian” makeups, the Swoosh’s ongoing selection for the low-top classic sneaker continue to stand out. The athletic mainstay’s latest iteration sees the Air Max 90 NRG in an entirely new “Venn Diagram” iteration.
Drawing inspiration from mathematics, the elementary form of the Venn Diagram is featured prominently on the tongue labels of the shoe with subdued white and grey spot graphics covering the canvas uppers from the toe to heel portions. Material was given extra attention for this release as the sneaker is outfitted with semi-translucent finishes throughout alongside “Smoke Grey” tones across the eye stays, rear overlays and branded panels.
Rounding out the design are “Jet Black” liners and insoles as well as a set of translucent lace dubraes at the front sections. Nike has yet to announce an official release date for the Air Max 90 NRG “Venn Diagram,” but expect the pair to hit select retailers in the coming weeks.