Affectionately known in some circles as “rust and sand,” Great Britain’s https://gov.uk/government/organisations/ministry-of-defence” target=”_blank”>Ministry of Defense first introduced the two-tone desert camouflage pattern at the start of the 1990s. By coincident, the new Disruptive Pattern Material (DPM) went into combat action almost immediately as the first Gulf War (Operation Desert Storm) broke out during the summer of 1990. With various improvements and changes, the pattern largely remained the same till now. And while the Ministry of Defense is set on replacing the traditional design with the new Multi-Terrain Pattern, England’s own version of http://multicampattern.com” target=”_blank”>MultiCam, the “rust and sand” is still among the most popular DPM out there. Hence, its place on the exclusive http://nike.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Air Max Camo Collection (aka Country Camo Pack).
Applied in an all-over configuration on a pair of Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse and finished with a Union Jack, UK’s flag, on the insoles. Very limited in quantity, the Nike Air Max 90 SP “Camo” United Kingdom launched first in Europe last month but finally made available here in the US. You can find them at select Nike retail locations, including http://nikesportswear.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Sportswear 21 Mercer in SoHo, New York City.
Nike Air Max 90 SP
Color: Hemp/Military Brown
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