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Nike Air Max 90 EM - Pure Platinum & Blue Hero (1) Nike Air Max 90 EM - Pure Platinum & Blue Hero (2) Nike Air Max 90 EM - Pure Platinum & Blue Hero (3) Nike Air Max 90 EM - Pure Platinum & Blue Hero (4)

Originally surfacing back in May, the Nike Air Max 90 EM – Pure Platinum & Blue Hero is now showing up at Nike Sportswear dealers. Taking on a full Engineered Mesh build aside from the leather mudguard, the sneaker dons a simple look, which consists of a solid white upper accented with just a touch of beige on the aforementioned mudguard. Completing the look are pure platinum and blue hero contrasting elements. NSW dealers including End are now stocking the look.


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What’s up folks and welcome to SneakerFits. Tonight we step into the world of the sneaker collab. And no sneaker shop does it quite like the Swedish guys over at Sneakersnstuff. Dubbed by major sneaker media outlets as the best sneaker shop on the planet, SNS puts extensive amounts of time and effort into their collaborations, and moreover they raise the bar in creativity and innovation. If you don’t believe me check out the Reebok Question “Shoe About Nothing” or the Sneakersnstuff x Converse Chuck Taylor Lovikka “Grey Melange”. Currently SNS has been commissioned by Reebok to create 12 collabs, one in each month of this year. This months collab personifies vibrance and color with the Sneakersnstuff x Reebok Pump Fury ”Popsicle”. And if I may say so myself, the sneaks are cold! Resembling a popsicle, the kicks are two shades of green, bright red, and orange. So lets see what options we can come up with for these sick collab kicks.

For the left side we went with a classic pair of light khaki chinos. We got the message that you’re a bit tired of cargos so we obliged. For the tank we have tie dye! Don’t be afraid of color; it wont kill you. Tie dye has been making a comeback recently with a bunch of popular brands putting out tie dye print clothing. It’s something old yet new and the colors look great with the kicks. The graphic on the tank is black so we went with a white and black snapback. The blacks match and the white hat ties in with the sole of the kicks. All colors accounted for and matching. Now on to the right side….

On the right side we kept it super simple for those who may have a bit of chromophobia (fear of a color or colors). We went with your basic white graphic tank. Make sure it’s not too tight or it’ll look like a wife beater. Down low we went with some chill grey sweat shorts. We brought the color back around with the green hat that matches the kicks. These are some great kicks so don’t let the color scare you. Before there was a “South Beach” colorway I’m sure people were afraid of those colors too. Keep an open mind and cop a great collab. And then make sure you rock something fresh with them. Tag what you rocked with them with hashtag #SneakerFits.

 

Where To Get The Look:

Left Look: Hat: Kisses 6 Snapback by Forever Ashbury, Tank: Walter Tie Dye Tank by 8103 Clothing, Shorts: Frickin Modern Chino Shorts by Volcom

Right Look: Hat: The Arnie Trucker Hat by Coal, Tank: Boy Eagle Vest (W) by Boy London, Shorts: Grey Marl Jog Short by Farrell

Sneakers: Sneakersnstuff x Reebok Pump Fury ”Popsicle” (releasing 7/31)


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