First Look at the Nike Air Max 90 “Tan Olive” DH4619-200

Huge AM90 Warhawk vibes on this one! Olive Green and Orange are two popular colour combinations usually associated with “Military Flight Jackets”. This new colourway does exactly just that with its Orange, Olive, and Tan combination. The Nike Air Max 90 “Tan Olive” remixes the iconic “Warhawk” colourway found on the Air Max 90 back in 2007; but without the shark teeth and military details.

While we’re still waiting for a UK release, let’s enjoy these official photos from Nike; as well as an on-feet look courtesy of SOUL Sneaker Boutique. This is a definite addition to the rotation once they officially drop on Nike!

A Tan ripstop mesh makes up the upper base of the shoe. Black synthetic leather comprises the overlays on the toe and midfoot. Olive Green hues cover the textured leather mudguard, TPU panels on the eyestays, and TPU heel piece.

Bright Orange hues on the Swoosh, tongue, and heel Nike label fulfil that “Warhawk” theme. The “AIR MAX” lettering on the sides comes in White and stands out atop the Black TPU section.

The thick and padded tongue incorporates ripstop mesh for a lightweight and more durable construction.

On the waffle outsole, Orange appears on the toe area, while Black dominates the rest of the outsole. Brown covers the TPU foam carrier housing the heel Air Max unit.

No official UK release date has been announced for the Nike Air Max 90 “Tan Olive” but if you’re eager to cop they are available currently through StockX slightly above retail HERE. Of course we’ll let you know once launch information arrives! In the meantime, check out the on-feet photos below:

Is this on your must-cop list for 2022? Without a doubt one of the hottest Air Max 90s of 2022 so far and a great alternative for those who never got the “Warhawk” pair.

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