The model for the new Nike Air Max 2090 has officially been revealed. Not only does this have major cosmetic and performance upgrades from its original Nike Air Max 90 (released 30 years ago this year), it is Nike designers' interpretation of how they think cars will look like in the year 2090.
One of the most noticeable differences from the classic Air Max is that it uses "color blocking" to differentiate the materials on the shoe. In this case, the more durable and supportive parts of the shoe are a solid color, where the segments that are more for aesthetics tend to be lighter or even more see-through in color. Also, according to Footwear News, the Air Max Unit is bigger and has a "200% larger window in comparison to its predecessor from 30 years ago". Now that's an impressive upgrade.
Currently, there has been no retail price officially set. And don't worry, you won't be counting down until 2090 to grab these; they should be available this spring.
But why wait to make shoe upgrades until the spring? We can help you freshen up any of your sneakers now with our wide selection of shoelace colors and sizes.
The best way to determine your shoe laces size is to measure the length of the shoelaces you are replacing and most closely match it with our size options. **This will give you the most accurate fit**
If you are unable to measure the old shoe laces you want to replace, refer to the shoe lace size chart below. Keep in mind, these are suggestions and can be slightly affected by your lacing preferences, if you have a quite large or very small shoe size, and the distance between eyelets.
The correct Lace Kings shoe lace length is generally determined by how many pairs of eyelets (or holes) your shoes have.
*SHORTER: If your shoe eyelets are positioned very close together across the tongue, you may want to choose your length from the shorter side of the above chart. The smaller option can also be a good choice for petite women's sneakers or children's sizes. Also, if you prefer to leave your shoes untied, the shorter size may be preferable.
*LONGER: Choose the longer option for most men's shoe sizes or if you prefer to have enough length at the end to double knot.
*Note: Choose your size according to how many eyelets you plan on using on your shoe to get the best fit if you do not plan on lacing them all the way up to the top pair of eyelets.
Contact us if you have any questions about which size would be best for you.