Nike Is Releasing Flyknit Air Max Sneakers in Classic Colorways From the ’90s

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.

Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit
The Air Max 90 Flyknit “White/Concord-Laser Pink.”
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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.”

Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit
The Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit “Multicolor.”
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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.

Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit
The Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit in “White/Wolf Gray-Bright Crimson.”
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Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit
The Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit in a colorway inspired by the original “Infrared” makeup.
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Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit
The Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit will launch on March 3.
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Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit
The knit detail on the Nike Air Max 90 Flyknit.
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