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Nike Air Max 90 ‘Valentine’s Day’ Official Images

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Although we have a few months before February 2021 and Valentine’s Day, Nike will have a few models fit for the occasion. After showcasing the ‘Love For All’ Air Force 1 Low, we now take a look at the upcoming Air Max 90.

Looking closer, this Nike Air Max 90 feats a White, University Red, and Tulip color combination. Furthermore, White appears on the toe, ankle collar, mudguard, and midsole. Pink then hits the suede mudguard, liner, eyestay, heel, and around the Air Max unit. Sticking out, Red appears on the Swoosh, upper eyelets, and cut-out heart logos on the heel, and rubber outsole. Also, the insoles feature a mismatched theme, love letters land on the tongue while folding the flap folds to unveil hidden messages. Lastly, Red and Pink cover the rubber outsole, and each pair comes with a unique box.

Nike Air Max 90 Valentine’s Day Release Details

You can expect the Nike Air Max 90 ‘Valentine’s Day’ to release at select retailers and Nike.com on March 16th. The retail price is $140. Once we have more information, we will make sure to update. For now, scroll below for more images that will give you a closer look.

Nike Air Max 90 Love Letter
Color: White/University Red-Tulip Pink
Release Date: March 16, 2021
Style Code: DD8029-100
Price: $140

Update (3/6): Known as the ‘Love Letter’ Nike Air Max 90, the pair will release on March 16th via SNKRS for $140.

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 90 Valentines Day DD8029-100 Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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