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Nike Air Max 90 NRG ‘Court Purple’ Features Recycled Materials

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Releasing alongside the Air Max 1 and Air Max 95, Nike is also launching the Air Max 90 which comes constructed with recycled materials.

Looking closer, this Nike Air Max 90 comes dressed in a White, Electric Green, and Court Purple color combination. Highlighted with White on the eyelets, tongue, laces, toe, and midsole while Grey is applied to the ankle. Constructed with recycled yarn on the mudguard, wrapping the toe and upper while Red hits the Swoosh on the lower part of the eyestay. Other details include White and Purple on the outsole and recycled insoles.

Nike Air Max 90 NRG Court Purple Release Details

You can expect the Nike Air Max 90 NRG ‘Court Purple’ to release at select retailers including Nike.com on December 19th. The retail price is $150. Once more information is available, we will make sure to update. For now, you can scroll below to check out more images, which will give you a closer look.

Nike Air Max 90 NRG Court Purple
Color: White/Electric Green-Court Purple
Release Date: December 19, 2020
Style Code: CT1684-100
Price: $150

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Nike Air Max 95 NRG White Electric Green Court Purple CT1684-100 Release Date Info

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