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by on March 13, 2021

Recently, it has been reported that Nike will release an Air Max series inspired by Japanese convenience stores. The series includes an Nike Air Max 90 with a rice ball theme. Since this technology was first introduced in the 1980s, Nike's Air Max series has enjoyed a high reputation in certain Asian countries. In Japan, Air Max 90 is a typical American running shoe, and has been occupying a special place in the heart of the country's sports shoes for decades. This time, the full appearance of the Air Max 90 named "Onigiri" was exposed online.
Nike Air Max 90 Rice Ball has been completely transformed into Onigiri. The upper is largely given the color of seaweed black. In addition, the perforations have a dull white color and therefore represent rice. Swoosh, the outsole and the area around the Air Unit use a more eye-catching blue. Another nice detail on sneakers is the pull tab on the tongue. This represents the way you open the snack (ribbon). The insole has a beige image with the blue Nike logo engraved on it. Below, light blue shades also appear on part of the midsole and outsole. In addition, the design of the fender mimics the plastic wrapper commonly found in snacks, while the "pull" tongue and label provide another nod to the packaging. The insole covered with beige graphics is a complete ensemble.
The design of the whole pair of Cheap Jordans UK shoes is extremely unique, using a similar faded black denim material with black and white textured fenders to echo the plastic packaging of rice balls. Sky blue and white details are injected into the details, and the eye-catching is bursting. The pattern of rice grains on the insole echoes the theme. The rice grain print can be seen from below some of the transparent parts, and the vibrant blue adds color to the Swoosh, tongue brand and outsole. Finally, the compact red Air Max brand and beige insoles complete the look. It is reported that this color matching will be on sale on March 19th, and favorite friends are watching.

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