As for what to expect, the upcoming pair appears to be set to arrive sporting a loud design that could polarize sneakerheads everywhere. Specifically, the shoe is boating a host of design aesthetics, some of which could potentially put a few fashion enthusiasts off. The shoe interestingly includes flashes of Gold and Tianjin-style prints as well as pony hair and snakeskin aesthetics. Last but not least the pair has their midsole dress in a clean white colour that harmonizes with the gold Air Max unit and black rubber outsole it sits on.
Take a look at the pair below, if you like what you see then sit tight and stay tuned as the 2019 Nike Air Max 98 "Chinese New Year" is set to arrive sometime in February.