– Christy R Mathew
The Nike Air Max 90 Terrascape is a recent addition to the Swoosh's product roster, but it's swiftly gaining traction among both casual and sophisticated fans.
The 32-year-old performance-running style just received a modern revamp in a blend of off-white tones accented by vivid red accents.
The partly-recycled, trail-inspired upper and sole unit differ from the original Air Max design, but iconic components remain.
Profile swooshes, branding on the non-standard pull tab at the tongue, and visible Air units underfoot all indulge in ruby-colored flare, resulting in a one-two punch of aggressiveness suitable for any setting.
Cushioning options have been updated to incorporate Nike Crater foam and Nike Grind traction, both of which are based on the company's "Move to Zero" strategy.
Enjoy official photographs of the pair below, and keep an eye out for a Nike.com launch shortly.
In other sneaker news, the Air Jordan 1 Reimagined "Chicago" is set to release in October.
Stay tuned for more on Sneakers.