Nike’s old-meets-new approach to lifestyle footwear will continue in March with the launch of several Air Max 90 Flyknit Ultra 2.0 colorways.
The retro-inspired sneaker, which uses memorable design elements of the Tinker Hatfield-designed Nike Air Max 90, features a new build boasting a breathable Flyknit upper and a deconstructed collar and tongue for an even more lightweight feel.
Keeping with the sneaker’s ’90s-inspired theme, the Air Max 90 Flyknit Ultra 2.0 is due to arrive in two colorways culled from the Air Max 90’s original styles. There’s a “White/Wolf Gray-Bright Crimson,” which is reminiscent of the sneaker’s defining “Infrared” colorway, along with a “White/Concord-Laser Pink” variation, which emulates one of the most popular Air Max 90 women’s colorways.
In addition to the familiar looks, the Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit Ultra 2.0 will also be dropping in a new “Multicolor” makeup, which is officially labeled “Black/Medium Blue-Cool Gray.”
German retailer Inflammable is advertising all three colorways for a March 3 release, with the retail price converting to $176.93 each based on current rates.
In related news, employees from U.K. sneaker store Size? recently predicted that the Nike Air Max line would have a major impact in 2017. Nike’s annual Air Max Day celebration will take place on March 26.