Forget 1969, man's most important lunar event happened in 2014, when Nike launched the 'Moon Landing' Air Max Lunar90. Now, five years later, they're sending the silhouette back into orbit, this time to Mars.
Sporting a similar moulded construction to the first iteration, the 'Mars Landing' swaps out the grey craterous motif for the surface of the Red Planet. The sole unit has been swapped for the usual AM90 midsole — Lunarlon doesn't seem as appropriate now — and is speckled like the night sky.
*LEAK ALERT*: @Nike will be dropping a new Air Max 90 inspired by Mars. Taking inspiration from the AM90 'Moon Landing ', the 'Mars Landing' makes use of the planets surface for the design of the shoe.— PY_RATES™ (@py_rates) January 15, 2019
Will you be looking to cop a pair of when they drop in March? Let us know.
If you're going to join the space race, start counting down now — these lift off on March 16.