Japanese sneaker boutique Atmos is well-known within the sneaker community for producing many heavy hitting Air Max collaborations. Throughout the years, Atmos has worked with Nike to produce Air Max models with some interesting patterns including the ‘Elephant’ print, a pattern Nike originally made exclusively for Mr. Michael Jordan himself, the ‘Safari’ print, which has been seen on countless models since, and the ‘Duck Camo’ print, which has also found its way to multiple silhouettes and is often seen used by other brands as of late.
Taking the original Infrared Air Max 90 color blocking– a base used by many of Nike’s creative renditions of the Air Max 90– Atmos delivered a collaboration that quickly became very popular amongst Air Max enthusiasts. This Duck Camo color blocking on the Air Max 90 has been reused by Nike in recent years with the release of a reverse, orange, and green rendition of the shoe.
Looking at the StockX sales data in the graph above, we can see that while prices have been sporadic month to month, there has been a gradual decline in price recently. Could this perhaps be due to the fact that the recent renditions of the Duck Camo Air Max 90 have been seen on StockX for under retail?