Nike continue to push forward with the Nike Air Max 90 and these Nike Air Max 90 EM Comfort not only feature the Engineered Mesh Uppers but also a visible Air Bubble that can be seen through the window in the insole. As far as I know this is a first for Nike and could possibly be a feature that we see going forward. No, it doesn’t benefit you in any way, shape or form but it is a nice addition none the less. The Nike Air Max 90 EM Comfort is available to buy at Wellgosh. Check out the rest of the images and colourways after the Jump.
This Friday 22nd February is set to be a very busy day for Sneakerheads with the release of the Nike Air Huarache LE in 2 OG colourways and also the Nike Air Max Engineered Mesh ‘City Pack’. At the start of 2013, Nike introduced the EM or Engineered Mesh Technology as part of the Spring Collection, reworking the Nike Air Max 1, Nike Air Max 95, Nike Air Max 90 and Nike Air Max 97 in OG colourways. Nike’s latest installment in the Engineered Mesh Make-Up will be dropping as a Quickstrike Release this Friday at NSW accounts including Wellgosh. Check out the rest of the images after the Jump.
Nike continue to reinvent the classic Nike Air Max 1 silhouette for Spring 13 with the introduction of the Engineered Mesh technology. Images of the Nike Air Max 1 Engineered Mesh White/Red have already done the rounds on the internet and now this Maroon/Burgundy colourway is due to join it. Is the Nike Engineered Mesh Nike’s GR equivalent of the Fly Knit technology? Keep an eye on Asylum Sneaker for more info.