Nike Air Max 90 Hyper Turquoise
The Nike Air Max 90 Hyper Turquoise launches as part of the 30th anniversary collection. Get your hands on a pair from January 2020 when these arrive alongside several other OGs. Scroll to find out more and hit that bell icon to be alerted on the run up to release!
Three decades after the first Air Max 90 landed and this icon is still just as relevant as ever. At the time, it was a pioneering silhouette - one of the few to showcase visible AIR in the heel. Although Nike's most popular technology has since evolved, its classics such as these Nike Air Max 90 Blue which still command respect for their versatility and timeless aesthetic.
The AM90 "Hyper Turquoise" harks back to the earliest styles. Nike opt for a 1:1 replica of those launched in 1990 right down to the finer details. That includes the use of material as these are crafted with mesh and premium leather. Of course, it wouldn't be complete without synthetic panelling throughout as well as the rubber overlay surrounding that Air Unit. On this pair, it's a bold contrast of turquoise against the grey and black uppers.
Set to drop shortly, the Nike Air Max 90 Turquoise is expected to sellout here in the UK. Don't miss your chance to secure a pair and stay tuned for more updates.
Air Jordan 1 Low “Hyper Turquoise”
There will definitely be whispers of “Tiffany” in regards to this upcoming colorway for the Air Jordan 1 Low, and we’re not talking about the ’80s pop singer. Of course, the Tiffany comparison for this turquoise and black look for the low-top 1s is the now-iconic Diamond Supply Co. color scheme on their famous Nike SB Dunks. If the Dunks in question have still eluded you to this point, are these a worthy substitute? Check out the “Hyper Turquoise” Air Jordan 1 Low in detail here, and expect them to his US Jordan Brand retailers soon.
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Leaked Images Emerge of Liverpool 'Hyper Turquoise' Nike Away Kit for 2020/21
On 1st June 2020, Liverpool will officially be teaming up with Nike, bringing to an end their five-year partnership with New Balance.
It will represent the dawning of a new era for the Reds.
New Balance have been making kits and training wear for the Anfield side since 2015, but a groundbreaking deal with Nike was finally announced in January.
Liverpool's deal with Nike comes in effect on 1st June and, as a result, the general assumption was that Reds fans would be treated to seeing the all-new kits on the pitch once the 2020/21 season got underway. However, Liverpoolwearing their new kitPremier League
The Nike Liverpool away jersey is predominantly teal - also known as 'hyper turquoise' - with black logos as well as a black crew-neck collar, based on the current Nike template.
It was expected that Nike would continue to use the Liverbird instead of the Liverpool FC crest, and it has seemingly panned out this way. Of course, Standard Chartered remain as the shirt sponsor, but a light border has been added around the writing to make it stand out in contrast to the background.
As can be seen, the design also includes a graphic which appears all over the shirt, with varying tones.
This jersey is...well, a slightly more controversial design, which will divide opinion. It also represents a major move away from the current New Balance away kit for the current season.
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