45 years ago today, man took its first step on the Moon and fittingly Nike has released the Air Max Lunar90 “Moon” as a commemoration to one of the most famous historic events to have taken place in the last century. Over the years, many people have come up with some conspiracy theories about whether man did in fact go to the moon, and have picked holes in the event since the day it happened. Well, it’s almost impossible to pick holes and find fault in this pair of trainers – from the darker heel all the way to the unique blue-sliver laces.
When you purchase a pair of trainers that portray a graphic it can sometimes be difficult to match them with a whole outfit. Rest assured this is not one of those pairs. The colours very much fit the ‘Monochrome’ definition but from a different angle inject colour with the ‘Stars and Stripes’ back badges, as this limited edition pair showcases some American heritage.
There is much hype in the sneaker community with regards to the Nike Air Max Lunar90 range – type it into your Twitter search bar and see for yourself. The “Moon” style will sell out quick so keep your finger on the pulse and bag yourself a pair early. If you’re not quick enough to click “Add to Cart” then check out the rest of the Lunar90 range; a combination of sharp colours take the Air Max to the next level and you’re definitely going to find another style you love. The Nike store is selling the Air Max Lunar90 range for £105 and stockists have priced the “Moon” at £125, but if you can wait then the price will be sure to drop over the next few months. I’m hoping I catch a pair being showcased at Crepe City, Brick Lane this Saturday – my bank account is screaming otherwise.