No Nike season is complete without a few Air Max 90s in the artillery. Even as its popularity dims in comparison to the 1987 Air Max, the recent mania for the Hyperfuse edition proves there's still plenty of time for this model to catch up again. It's a good thing too, because next year we're set to see even more classic Air Max colours on the shelves. These two makeups are standouts from the current offerings — black and yellow seems to be something that'll live on in the colourway world post-Wiz and post-Lance's fall from grace because it's a hugely effective application to pretty much any retro Nike. This version seems particularly rudely friendly, with the aura of classic JD exclusive about it, minus the fail of a leather toebox and it captures the essence of the shoe on these shores pretty well. The grey, white and orange edition is a superior makeup too that spotlights what needs to be highlighted on the shoe in a smart way, looking like a blend of Staple's palette of choice and the Total Orange Air Trainer SC (minus the navy). We're still patiently waiting for the resurrection of some old favourites on the '90 front (especially some women's editions) but in the meantime, these will do. Let's hope the decent standard sustains. Both versions are available in the Crooked Tongues store right now.