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Good news for those of you who liked the Nike Air Max 90 ICE tooling: Nike is bringing the look usually reserved for fall and winter in two new summer flavors. The release sees that woven Jacquard style throughout the upper to add to the new-aged construction of the icy midsole unit. For a shoe that’s celebrating its 25th anniversary, we’re sure to get a bunch of releases that harken back to the past, but it’s nice to see Nike continue to re-envision the model. Stick around with us after the break for a better view of the return of the Air Max 90 ICE and JCRD tooling in one release and pick up your size from retailers like Rock City Kicks for $160.

When initially debuted, the Nike Jacquard look served the purpose of revamping the nearly 25 year old Nike Air Max 90 aesthetic with a modern twist. Once that settled in, the Swoosh couldn’t help but meddling with the outsole tooling by adding lunarlon and what was left was a somewhat familiar look complete with new technology in theNike Air Max Lunar90 Jacquard. The latest look features a Red Clay colorway that opts for laser-esque photo blue lines throughout the upper while black and grey lend a hand on the bottom. Pick the pair up today fromSneaker Politics.

Nike Sportswear has been all about releasing massive collections in honor of the World Cup this Summer. First there was the Magista Collection, then the following Mercurial, each featuring a number of shoes with vibrant gradient uppers. And while the motif of victory was a little hard to spot on those packs, the Gold Trophy Collectionwas a little more literal. Aimed at the championship trophy hoisted at the end of the games, today we get a closer look at the Nike Air Max 90 Jacquard. The sneaker features weaving of premium black and golds, while a clean white midsole is aided by a metallic finish right around the Air Max unit. What do you think of this pair? Get with us after the click for a better look at this Air Max 90 JCRD installment and grab them today from Hype DC.