The upcoming Nike Air Max 90 Viotech Multi is an amazing shoe with an equally as amazing back story. While it's quite weird that the Swoosh would release the Viotech 2.0 before the Viotech, there's actually a pretty big reason behind this, and here's everything that you need to know.
The Viotech 2.0 was meant to act as a spiritual successor to the Japanese exclusive Nike Dunk Low 'Viotech' from 2002, but after hearing the pleas of many sneakerheads to release the AM90 in the OG palette, the Swoosh was more than happy to do so, hence the release of the Air Max 90 Viotech Multi.
Made from an array of buttery smooth suede panels, this shoe takes colour blocking to the next level, with blue, yellow, red, green, purple, and black accents featuring throughout the entire upper for a look that's sure to turn heads. Hits of grey reach the tongue and laces, while a clean beige Swoosh shoots across the lateral and medial side panels, taking inspiration from the 'Ugly Dunkling' shoe that dropped seventeen years prior. To round it all off, an Air infused midsole is present down below, and this is lined with a multicoloured rubber outsole, finalising the crazy design.
If you want the Nike Air Max 90 Viotech Multi, we recommend that you smash the bell icon up above so you'll be notified with release reminders on the run up to launch, that will increase your chances of getting a W when these finally hit shelves on August 29th!