If you dig meat as much as you like your air bubbles, then here’s a retro treat just for you! Going ahead of Air Max Day 2021, Nike is finally reissuing the tastily done Air Max 90 Bacon all the way back from 2004. An original concept from the now defunct sneaker mecca Dave’s Quality Meat (DQM)–which draws inspiration from different shades of bacon, the shoe can be considered a holy grail among the most savvy of Air Max fans, especially those who love Nike’s unique concepts from the early 2000s.

A 17 year old classic, this shoe is said to be overall faithful to the original though some purists are saying that the base shades look a tad bit more lighter than the OG release.

An assemblage of hues and shades with brown and tan tops off a pink Air Max unit with a brown outsole. The shoe also comes packed with three lace options. The branded shrink wrap packaging adds to the whole creative “fresh meat” angle which makes it all the more appetizing. If there was an award for most creative packaging, these will definitely make it to the list!

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Nike Air Max 90 Bacon Philippines Release Date

March 26 is Air Max Day, and it is no surprise that the Air Max 90 Bacon will drop on this annual event celebrating one of Nike’s most iconic (not to mention timeless) silhouettes in recent memory. Being an NRG release, expect them to be released in limited pairs!

They are expected to retail for $140 or around Php 7k, and expect retailers like Nike Park, Commonwealth PH, and Nike SNKRS to sell this fitting Air Max 90 retro that will drive nostalgia to seasoned sneakerheads.

Want a pair? Prepare for a challenge. Read on why Sneaker backdooring will always be a thing with special releases like this one!



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