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atmos Adds To Their Upcoming Nike Air Max Pack

Japanese retailer atmos will soon be releasing yet another Air Max model, this time focusing on the popular Nike Air Max 90 silhouette.

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Revealed on the cover of the latest Shoemaster Japan issue. This Nike Air Max 90 is highlighted with graphics of vintage, classic, and modern Nike shoeboxes. Other details includes Black suede on the toe, tongue, and ankle with a textured Nike Swoosh logo on the sides.

No word on a release date, but you can get a first teaser look at the atmos Nike Air Max 90 Shoebox below. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for further updates as they develop.

UPDATE: atmos director Hirofumi Kojima gives us a look at yet another Air Max 95 to add to the upcoming pack in a traditional “Jade” colorway. Release details are still unknown, but official information will be coming soon.

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UPDATE: Adding to what’s being called the “We Love Nike” Pack from atmos are the Nike Air Max 1 and the Nike Air Max 95. The Air Max 1 arrives in its original Blue colorway with leather replacing suede covered in similar a shoebox print, and the Air Max 95 arrives in Red with repeating “Air Max” print across the panels. Photo: kuma_sneaker

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