Nike’s Eco-Friendly Air Max 90 Terrascape Comes in an “Off White/Red” Duo

The Nike Air Max 90 Terrascape is a recent addition to Swoosh’s product roster, but it’s swiftly gaining traction among both casual and sophisticated fans. Recently, the ultramodern version of the 32-year-old performance-running style came in a combination of off-white tones complemented by striking red trim.

The partially recovered, trail-inspired upper and sole unit deviates from the basic design of the classic Air Max, however, hand aspects remain complete. Profile whistles, imprinting on the non-standard pull tab at the tongue, and visible Air units underfoot all revel in ruby-colored faculty, assisting in the production of a one-two punch of aggressiveness suitable for any terrain.

These findings have been adjusted to incorporate Nike Crater froth and Nike Grind traction, both of which are part of the company’s ” Move to Zero ” initiative.

Enjoy official photographs of the shoes here, and stay tuned for a debut shortly. In related sneaker news, the Air Jordan 1 Reimagined ” Chicago ” is set to release in October.

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