Along with the teaser from the group's Instagram account, leaker py_rates_ have shared an official look at the collaborative running sneaker. The upper features a multitude of materials including mesh panels, flat and tumbled, leather, plastic eyelets, as well as a suede mudguard. The color palette combines a blend of grey hues along with silver accents throughout. The shoe's standout feature is the removable Swoosh branding with four different options available. Capping off the look is a sail midsole and "Real People Do Real Things" printed within the translucent outsole.
The upcoming The Basement x Nike Air Max 90 is currently scheduled to drop sometime in October for $140. Stay tuned for updates.
UPDATE (09/21): Official images of the upcoming The Basement x Nike Air Max 90 have surfaced, which includes a detailed look at a previously-unseen grey colorway also expected to drop sometime next month.
UPDATE (09/25): The Basement's Alex Ropes has revealed a third unseen colorway of the group's upcoming Air Max 90 collaboration. There are currently no rumored release details for this pair, but Ropes offers a decent look of what readers can expect from the collab. This variation is based around a black upper with Volt accents and includes a jewel Swoosh, Cordura fabric, and a healthy dose of reflective hits on the mudguard and tongue.
UPDATE (09/26): Nike has officially revealed its BSMNT Air Max 90 City Pack that's represented by three cities in the U.K.: Glasgow, Manchester, and London. The Glasgow colorway releases on Oct. 5 featuring a grey-based upper and safety orange accents, which pays tribute to the rebellious, joyous, forward-thinking community. For Manchester, the model is made up of black 3M and is set to drop on Oct. 12. Rounding out the collection is a pair inspired by London, which balances five tones of grey throughout the shoe to reflect the human and architectural diversity of the city releasing on Oct. 19. Each style will be sold exclusively at select retailers within its respective cities and on Nike's SNEAKRS app in Europe. A portion from this project will go towards the Youth Futures organization, which currently provides mentorship programming to young Londoners.
UPDATE (09/30): Now that the BSMNT x Nike Air Max 90 City Pack has been revealed, check out a detailed look at all three U.K.-inspired colorways below.