Verdict from +100 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • Accessible: A large percentage of reviewers love the design of the Nike Air Max 90 FlyEase that lets the foot easily slide in.
  • Attractive: According to many buyers, the colors of this Nike kick catch the eye of many.
  • Comfortable: Some purchasers claim that this sneaker is the coziest of all the AM 90 sneakers they own. 
  • Interesting: Heaps of users receive compliments and queries about the AM 90 FlyEase.
  • Lock-in: Despite its easy to slip on style, this AM 90 silhouette secures the feet well when walking.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Sharp: At least one reviewer does not like the plastic FlyEase accent on the heel and finds it too pointed.
  • Crease: The material on the FlyEase easily wrinkles, one buyer comments.

Bottom line

Nike releases a new innovative sneaker. Giving birth to the Air Max 90 FlyEase, the brand combines Tinker’s AM 90 with Tobie’s FlyEase technology. 

Slip your way through the day with the Air Max 90 FlyEase. With its collapsing heel and attractive silhouette, wearers can sport the shoe with ease.

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Fly with ease with the Air Max 90 FlyEase

For 30 years, the Air Max 90 brought fascinating silhouettes to the people. Today, with the FlyEase technology, the AM 90 is more accessible than ever. 

The heel design of this AM 90 model, which shows resemblance to the construction of the Nike Daybreak Undercover, lets its wearers slip their foot on and off the shoe effortlessly. The heel collapses as you slide your foot inside and snaps back in place, providing a locked-in feel without having the need to re-tie the laces. 

Aside from this overwhelming functional design, do not forget its Max Air unit under the heel. This feature provides both recognition on the street and lightweight and resilient cushioning.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.