5 years after the release of the Air Max 90 Moon Landing and a few days after announcing a collaboration with the NASA on the PG3, Nike returns to space with an Air Max 90 QS Mars Landing.
Proposing what seems to be a Hyperfuse type construction, this Air Max 90 Mars Landing uses the color schemes of the red planet. The upper features a red magma nd black combination on a print reminiscent of the red earth and craters of Mars. The inner lining and laces are dyed fluorescent orange and the tongue has a Nike silver label. Finally, the sole offers a black midsole with white spots comprising a tone-on-tone black Air-sole unit and a transparent outsole.
This Air Max 90 QS Mars Landing should be available on March 16 on the Nike Store and at various other retailers.
In the rest of the Nike news, the Nike Adapt BB just got announced.