If you've been rushing to leave for work in the morning recently and skipping out on breakfast, the good news is that Nike has been frying up a restock of the DQM x Nike Air Max 90 "Bacon". This exclusive iteration of Tinker Hatfield's legendary Air Max silhouette originally debuted back in 2003 displaying a flavourful scheme that will satisfy your hunger and is now making a comeback this March just in time for Air Max Day!
Working in collaboration with New York City's renowned butcher-themed skate shop managed by Dave Ortiz, Dave's Quality Meats, the AM90 flaunts a range of beautiful hues representing how you like meat cooked. Whether you like it medium rare or well done, the supple suede and premium leather panels buttered in shades of red, cream, and tawny brown will have you craving for a pair.
Of course, Nike's iconic Swoosh logo is present as ever on the lateral and medial side panels draped in a pleasing tone of pink, and Hatfield's widely-loved Air Max 90 shoe will not be complete without Nike's signature Air technology constructed on its midsole for optimal comfort and cushioning. Rounding it all off are additional branding details on the tongue and rubberised heel badge we all know and love.
In terms of a release date, the Dave's Quality Meats x Nike Air Max 90 "Bacon" is rumoured to drop this March. If you're looking to add a new pair of kicks to your collection, then this is the best option to go for! In related news, the Nike Dunk High "Syracuse" from 1985 is also scheduled for a comeback this spring season!