Clean colour blocking at its highest clarity, fresh is an understatement, piercing blue swoosh and subtle beige and baby blue tones. While its original element is always highlighting the work done once its exposed to light the sole glows in dark locations. Known for his work with Micheal Jordan, designer Tinker Hatfield created 1990’s Air Max 90—formerly known as the Air Max III—with quickness in mind. The shapes and patterns are constructed to convey speed, while remaining aesthetically appealing for daring color combinations. Once the eye-popping infrared was injected into the AM90, the sneaker became a prime piece for collaborations with Nike.