The PRM model, to be exact, of the Air Max 90 is color coded “Platinum Crimson/Bright Purple,” referencing the bright pink/red along the shoe’s midsole and purple found on the sneaker’s Swoosh. For the layman, however, these palettes are more commonly referred to as reds, purples, pinks and even orange, and are found on the sneaker’s mesh, plastic and leather swatches.
Vivid colors aside, the sneaker hides a few surprises within its details — particularly, a minuscule pop of neon green found at the top lace hole and an asymmetrical lace lock in the shape of a Swoosh. An opposing metallic lace hole is also found at the bottom of the laces, along with a star-shaped orange one on the medial side. Last but not least, neon green branding is printed on top of an orange insole, giving the sneaker the final pop of contrast.
Not for the faint of heart, the Nike Air Max 90 PRM “Platinum Crimson/Bright Purple” is now available at Nike retailers in the EU for €150 EUR (approximately $168 USD), while a stateside release is coming soon. If subtle is more of your taste, remember that Nike recently dropped an all Sail pair to commemorate the AM90’s 30th anniversary.
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