Last seen in 2016 to coincide with Ken Griffey Jr.’s induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the Seattle Mariners-reminiscent sneaker harkens back to a golden age in the Swoosh’s footwear history: the 1990s. Yet, the predominantly-two-toned pair has immediately sold out every time it’s been reissued since its 1996 debut. And understandably so. In addition to being associated to one of baseball’s “it” players, the model fused nike air max dames technology into a design much more statement-making than most running options.
NIKE, Inc. has never shied away from retroing some of the most beloved silhouettes in its storied catalog, but it’s arguably spent more time down “memory lane” throughout 2020 than previous years. The year began with a reissue of the first-ever Air Jordan Women’s and it’s moved along with both releases and rumors of favorites from Nike Sportswear and Basketball. While slated to return to retailers next year, news of an nieuwelevensstijl.com retro recently hit the Internet to great fanfare.
On November 9th, Nike is bringing back what most sneaker fans know as the nike shoes on sale Sale, but under the re-branded moniker of “Radiant Red”. And like the Swoosh has a tendency of doing when retro-ing a classic Air Max colorway, they allow its theme to transfer to another silhouettes under the Sportswear category. Following “Radiant Red” reveals of the alternate AM 90 and the AM 97, the theme is now making its way onto one of Beaverton’s newest lifestyle runners: the Air Max 2090.