Dubbed the Air Max 90 NS GPX, this version of the classic silhouette ditches the Swoosh for a larger Tuned Air logo.
Usually, the Tuned Air Logo sits just above the Tuned Air unit in the heel. This time around, Nike has repositioned it front and center on the lateral side of the silhouette in what looks like a clothing alteration done by a fashionista.
It’s definitely a new look and could be viewed as a breath of fresh air, but if you’re an old-school sneaker enthusiast you may be having the feeling that some things are better left untouched.
The Air Max 90 NS GPX is set for a November 27 release date at select Nike Sportswear retailers. A retail priced has yet to be announced but we’ll update you as soon as we gather any additional information.