Air Max 90

Perhaps the sneaker with the longest name in Nike’s catalog right now, the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit, is ready for summer in a cool new tropical shade of Hyper Turquoise. The update to the update of the Air Max 90 built in Flyknit features its woven upper in the bright shade of teal with dark grey mixed into certain portions around the midfoot and toe, layered with synthetic material for the mudguard and branding accents. Being an ‘Ultra’ iteration of the Air Max 90, the sole features a lightweight cored-out design with extra foam to keep you comfy all summer long.

Nike returns with another new colorway for its updated classic, the Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit.

The sneaker sports a clean white Flyknit upper, alongside a matching midsole and a red mudguard, while Swoosh branding is also found on the sides, tongue, insoles and outsole to complete the look.

You need a fearless independent mindset to realize your creative vision. Tinker Hatfield knew it when he provoked havoc in Nike’s office with his Air Max design. And the guys we met in Berlin know it too as they face the challenges of everyday to realize their goals and do what they do

Even as a city, Berlin reflects this creative drive. A place that was torn apart by almost a hundred years of conflict and yet which is now a creative capital of Europe. People didn’t believe the city could rise from the ashes, but it did. Its legendary live-and-let-live attitude now attracts people from all over the world, either for long-term living or for a short creative bout. The city did the unexpected. Its people had the visionary mindset to see the dream through.

Berlin, and Europe in general, has a connection to Air Max. Whereas U.S. streets had Jordans (thanks to basketball), European cities took to Air Max. As we hit the 30th anniversary mark since the sneaker’s first release, we partnered with Nike and styled the Swoosh’s new Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit on the three Berliners – DJ and producer Peggy Gou, photographer Shirin Siebert, and tattooist and producer David Frisch.

Air Max 2018

One of the most popular Air Max 97 releases of 2017 came by way of a collaboration with UK grime sensation, Skepta. A tribute to the Air Tuned Max, his 97 Ultra also payed homage to Moroccan colors with hints of an iridescent glow throughout the upper. Skepta recently took to his Intagram live to tease another potential collaborative effort with the Swoosh in the form of an SK Air Part 2 drop. While nothing has been confirmed yet, it is certainly fair to begin speculating which silhouette could be involved in this potential release.

While last year’s offering utilized the Air Max sneaker celebrating its anniversary, it is certainly plausible that the Air Max 98 or the Air Max Plus will be involved this time around – as 2018 is a celebratory year for both shoes. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for updates regarding an SK Part 2 collaboration and tell us which silhouette you would want to see featured.

The Nike Air Max 97 celebrated its 20th Anniversary in 2017. One of the most popular releases for the occasion was a collaboration with UK’s rapper Skepta. An Air Max 97 that was inspired by the 1999 Air Tuned Max.

In 2018, the both the Nike Air Max 98 and Nike Air Max Plus will be celebrating their 20th Anniversary. Recently, Skepta hinted at another Nike Air Max collaboration for 2018.

While the model is still unknown, we wouldn’t be surprised if it will be either the Air Max 98 or Air Max Plus. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates on the Skepta x Nike Air Max Part 2 collaboration.

The Skepta x Nike Air Max 97 Ultra 17 was considered on of Nike’s best collabs of 2017. The collab with the English artist was so good, it now looks like the even more Skepta x Nike Air Max collabs will be releasing in 2018.

Although not yet confirmed, being that both the Nike Air Max 98 and Nike Air Max Plus will both be celebrating their 20th Anniversary this year, don’t be surprised if the next Skepta collabs are centered around those two models.