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Nike Brings Leopard Print to Women's Air Max

Fresh kicks to channel your wild side.

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Nike Brings Leopard Print to Women's Air Max

Fresh kicks to channel your wild side.

Following a leopard print Dunk Low and tiger-printed Air Force 1 Pixel SE, Nike is applying an animal motif to yet another model. The Air Max 90 WMNS “Leopard” sees its namesake applied to the Swoosh and the lacing system. Orange details pop against the shoe’s muted mesh panels, while crisp white overlays complete the design.

Created by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Max 90 was originally released in 1990 as the name suggests. The model followed the Air Max 1, adding a few bolder touches throughout. The silhouette has since reached cult status, with coveted colorways such as the DQM x Nike Air Max 90 “Bacon” and the atmos “Duck Hunter Camo.”

The Air Max 90 “Leopard” is set to release in the next few weeks via the Nike SNKRS app. Stay tuned for updates.

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