Older heads will remember that the Air Max 90 was originally known as the Air Max III. This changed in the year 2000 when Nike
decided to retro the classic shoe and give it a new moniker based on its first release. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the 90 features Max Air technology in the heel and thermoplastic polyurethane panels which allowed it to perform as a top-of-the-line running
shoe before that genre took a different turn. While this sounds like it would be the kiss of death for most kicks, the Air Max 90's fame continued to grow even bigger as a casual shoe, with sneaker fans all over the world appreciating it's style and heritage. Not to mention, many features that adorned the 90 are still used today in newer styles. This mid-top pair features an all-black no sew upper that gets some help from tonal accenting and a white midsole. Whether you're a sneakerhead or a casual fan, who could possibly deny the timeless style of the Air Max 90?