Bright colors are still IN for kids

26 May

The Nike Air Max 90 was one of the brightest running models to ever release when first introduced in 1990. The original Infrared style was definitely an attention grabber given the bold ‘Radient Red’ hue found throughout the famed creation, but by today’s standards, that OG Infrared aesthetic is tame in comparison to some of the candy-coated releases aimed at the kids.

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This vibrant graphic-laden grade school exclusive features shades of Photo Blue, Electric Green, and Pink Blast in cartoonish paint dripped graphics while a traditional white mesh base is offset by a scale-like Electric Green texture on the midfoot and Swoosh.

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The Nike Air Max 90 released in 1990 and is considered to be the second flagship sneaker of the Air Max legacy. The most popular colorway is the ‘Infrared’, which was the original colorway in 1990. The Air Max 90 was designed by legendary Nike architect Tinker Hatfield.

Original post from SneakerNews.

Let your kids enjoy the season with this bright and playful colors only from one of the most trusted brands anywhere around the world. Let them play with their creativity with these colors. They are sure to have their imaginations run wild as they try to mix and match this shoes with every item on their outfit.

Not just that! As parents, you also get to live up to the challenge as you try to beat your kids and their ideas. Make it an instance where you can bond positively with your kids. Let this Nike Air Max 90 help you acheive that! Go grab one now!

 

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