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Highsnobiety aims to provide our readers with the latest updates in the sneaker world. However, we cannot verify the reliability of any unauthorized leaks or rumors unless this information is provided directly by the brands themselves.

This week, we get our first look at a rumored "Galaxy" colorway of the Nike Air Max 90, thanks to sneaker insider @yankeekicks. The "Galaxy" theme proved highly popular on Nike's Air Foamposite One, which was released in 2012.

The intergalactic print is on the toe box, collar, tongue, and heel portions of the Air Max 90, while teal and crimson-colored detailing serve to complement throughout. The Swoosh is dresse din a shiny metallic colorway. The midsole border around the Air Max unit is decorated with a speckled effect.

According to reports, the Air Max 90 "Galaxy" will be released sometime in 2020. We'll be sure to keep you updated with any new information as soon as it arrives.

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